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COPYRIGHTED 1934 

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• Alma Mater 
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Athletics • • • 



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Activities 



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FOREWORD 



To preserve the pleasanter 
memories of your college 
days. To present a tangible 
evidence of the friendships, 
the activities, and the tradi- 
tions which have increased 
your growth. To stimulate 
your loyalty to Alma Mater. 
These are the aims of the 

Entre Nous of 1934 








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We dedicate this volume to 
the President of the United 
States. The men and women 
who are the Class of 1934 in 
every college in our country 
are closer to reality than any 
other class has been. Mr. 
Roosevelt's heady youthful 
spirit and high faith stir us like 
the blast of a lonely trumpet 
and we follow eagerly as he 
leads out of difficulties that 
have solemnized even the 
youth of America. We offer 
allegiance to the President — 
we give our affectionate 
enthusiasm to 

Franklin Delano Roosevelt 



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The great South stands ready 
to support our President in all 
that he undertakes. The South 
is a section rich in tradition. 
The South is a section of great 
strength. Despite hardships it 
has flourished and grown, and 
the most important factor in its 
development has been cotton. 
It has been a forceful influence 
on the political, social and 
economic life of the people. 
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VIEW of the lovely campus, a 
glimpse at far horizons, a peep at stu- 
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DR. T. 1/. \l\l 

A man of indomitable will, of un- 
daunted courage, of keen vision and 
deep spiritual conviction, Dr. T. V. 
Neal guides not only the institution, 
but the lives of the students by 
whom he is sincerely loved. 



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R. THOMAS V. NEAL, an alumnus of Howard 
College, has proven himself to be peculiarly fitted for the 
task of being its leader. He has been at Howard for two 
years — years in which other colleges have stopped construc- 
tion, reduced their faculties, and had their enrollments re- 
duced. Howard, under the direction of Dr. Neal, has in- 
creased its number of buildings, added to its faculty, and 
enlarged its student body. 



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'N THE spring of 1922, a Science Hall was erected 
to house the chemistry, physics, and biology departments. 
In 1933 this building was enlarged, remodeled, and brick 
veneered to accommodate, in addition to the chemistry, phy- 
sics, and biology departments, the new school of pharmacy. 
Conceived in time of stress, erected despite discouragement, 
this modern building stands, a tangible proof of the value 
of vision, a monument to untiring effort. 









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CADEMIC HALL, or "Main Build- 
ing," was erected in 1889, and is the center 
of activities on the campus, as well as being 
the central building of the college group. 
It is an edifice rich in tradition, holding 
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TIME for work, a time for play," and this gymnasium, 
erected in 1930, offers a place indeed fitted for constructive, 
wholesome recreation, which must be an important part of 
well-rounded college life. It was named, by the vote of the 
student body, for the registrar, O. S. Causey, and houses ample 
basketball courts, lockers, showers, reception rooms, editorial 
quarters and offices. 




U I It I $ * DORMITORY 

\^J HE Girls' Dormitory and the sorority houses offer a lovely setting for 
the home and social life of the Howard co-eds. The five sorority houses, 
recently erected, provide reception rooms, offices and chapter rooms for the 
sororities. The dormitory affords spacious living quarters for the board- 
ing students, a dining room, the home economics laboratories, and a general 

reception room. 

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LOSELY allied with Howard College and 
the life of her students is Ruhama Baptist Church, 
one of the oldest Baptist Churches in the state, 
having recently celebrated its one hundred and 
fifteenth anniversary. The College Church orig- 
inates all religious activities for the students, and it 
is here that many of them have their church letters. 



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S H I l» S H O I 




"TUDENT life at Howard is never dull, but always varied and excit- 
ing. Among the high lights of the year are football season, the Howard- 
Southern Parade, Hypatia tap day, the visits of sorority inspectors, and 
innumerable "campus courses." The camera has caught a few of these in 
kaleidoscopic fashion. May we explain that — 

Her coquetry was duly rewarded . . . The Delta Zetas are "lined up" 
with their charming inspecting officer . . . This, believe it or not, is the 
way the retiring editor of the Crimson looked only a few decades ago, when 
he entered college . . . Hypatia's select seven . . . Our band . . • And 



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someone's else . . . "Orchids" to our cheer leader . . . Carnations and 
Phi Mu's . . . These boys seem to have the right viewpoint . . . The 
prides and joys of four nice boys . . . Big mistake — this should be in 
La Revue . . . "Heard melodies are sweet, But those unheard are sweeter" 
. . . The editor's brain child . . . Hypatia and W. A. A. share her 
... A couple of pals? . . . She's a sweet young thing . . . Just a little 
ray of sunshine . . . The D. Z.'s . . . Smiles . . . Howard on Parade 
. . . Four great boys — they'd make nice "brothers" . . . The Unholy 
Three . . . Fair representatives, well escorted . . . This has gone on all 
year . . . 



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FACULTY 



Thomas V. Neal 
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President 
A.B., Howard College; Graduate Student. South- 
ern Baptist Theological Seminary; D.D., Baylor 
University. 

Hul-Cee M. Acton 
Professor of Romance Languages 
A.B.. Georgetown College; A.M.. Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin; Student in University of 
Paris, 1925-26 as holder of Albert Markham 
Memorial Graduate Traveling Fellowship. 

Paul D. Bales 
Professor of Physics 
B.S., Universitj of Chattanooga; A.M., Univer- 
sity of Indiana: further graduate work. Uni- 
versity of Indiana. 

Josiah D. Bancroft 

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Instructor in Biology 

A.B., Howard College; M.D., Tulane University. 

William H. Bancroft 

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Instructor in Athletics 

A.B., Howard College. 

Paul Barnett 

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Instructor in Economics 

A.B., Howard College. 

C. Howard Blanton 

Instructor in Pharmacy 

B.S., Howard College. 

Ora D. Bohannon 

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Instructor in Modern Languages 

A.B.. A.M., Howard College. 

William E. Bohannon 

Professor of Education 

A.B.. A.M., Indiana State University; Graduate 

Student University of Chicago. 

Marie Bost 
Assistant Librarian 

Annie B. Boyett 

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Instructor in English 

A.B., Howard College; A.M., Columbia Univer- 
sity. 

James Luther Brakefield 

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Professor of Biology 

A.B.. Union University; A.M., Baylor University; 
Ph.D.. (Medical Science), University of Cali- 
fornia. 



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Percy P. Burns 
Dean 
Professor of English 
A.B., Howard College; A.M., Harvard Univer- 
sity; Litt.D., Mercer University. 

Emily Cate 
Director of Physical Education for Women 

B.S., North Carolina College for Women; M.S., 
University of South Carolina. 

Oscar S. Causey 

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Registrar 

Associate Professor of Biology 

A.B., A.M., Howard College; graduate student. 

Western State College. Colorado; University of 

Colorado; University of Denver; University of 

Chicago. 

James H. Chapman 

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Professor of Religious Education 

A.B., A.M., University of Alabama; Th.M., 
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; gradu- 
ate Student, Boston University, Columbia Uni- 
versity. 

Ellison Cosby 
Instructor in Mathematics 

A.B., Howard College. 

Raymond Davis 

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Instructor in Athletics 

A.B., Howard College. 

L. O. Dawson 
Professor of Bible and Church History 

A.B., D.D., Howard College; Th.B., Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary; Post-Graduate 
Work, Germany, University of Alabama, Co- 
lumbia University. 

Paul de Launey 
Professor of French and Director of Music 

A.B., Lic.Mus., University of Paris; Doc.Mus. 
(Hon.), Paris Conservatory. 



Theophilus R. Eagles 
Professor of Mathematics 

A.B., A.M., University of North Carolina. 

Roy Curtis Green 

Instructor in Pharmacy 

A.B., Howard College; M.D., Tulane University. 

James Kimmins Greer 

Professor of History 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas. 



FACULTY 



French Havnes 

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Dean of Women 

Associate Professor of English 

A.B., Meredith Coll' ge; A.M., Ph.D., Cornell 

University. 

James A. Hendricks 
Professor of Sociology 

A.B.. A.M., Howard College; Th.B., Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary; Graduate Stu- 
dent, Columbia University, University of Chi- 
cago. 

George W. Hess 
Professor of Mathematics 

A.B. Kalamazoo College; A.M., University of 
Kansas; Ph.D.. University of Michigan. 

Mrs. B. C. Holliday 
Instructor in Secretarial Studies 

A.C.A.. Bowling Green Business University 
Candidate for /..B. degree, June, 1933. 

Lenore Holloway 
Instructor in Home Economics 

George V. Irons 
Instructor in History 

Louis W. Lohr 
Professor of Economics 

A.B., University of Illinois; M.B.A. North- 
western University; Further Graduate Study in 
University of Chicago. 

Vernon L. Mangun 
Professor of Secondary Education 
A.B.. Cornell College; A.M., Iowa State Uni- 
versity; Ph.D., Columbia University. 



W. E. Prescott 

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Lecturer in Biology 

A.B., B.S. in Med. University of Alabama- M I) 

Rush Medical College. 

John Fisher Rothermel 
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Instructor in Journalism 
A.B., University of Alabama; A.M.. Birming- 
ham-Southern College. 



John R. Sampey, Jr. 
Professor of Chemistry 

S.B. S.M^. Ph.D., University of Chicago- Re- 
search Fellow, Johns Hopkins UnhersUy- 
Research Fellow, American Petroleum Institute: 

Bertha Severin-Frost 
Instructor in Voice 



Antoinette Sparks 
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Instructor in Dramatic Art 

A.B., University of Alabama. 

William N. Thomas 
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Professor of Ancient Languages 

A.B., A.M., Colgate University; Graduate Stu- 
dent in the Latin School, Rome. Italy and in 
American Classical School. Athens. Greece 



Thera Mae Towery 

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Instructor in Biology 

B.S.. Mississippi State College for Women- 

A.M., University of Alabama. 



Henry M. Martin 

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Professor of Spanish 

A.B., A.M., University of Richmond; Ph.D., 
Johns Hopkins University. 

Augustus H. Mason 

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Professor of English 

A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University; Docteur 

d'Universite, University of Paris. 

Kenneth McDonald 

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Instructor in History 

SB., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

A.M., University of Alabama: Residence Work 

Completed for Ph.D. at Columbia University 



Alida Townes 
Instructor in Art 

Winnie Mae Tuma 
Instructor in Athletics 

Francis M. Wheeler, Sr. 

Instructor in Voice 

Mus.D., Lawrence College. 

Mabel Willoughby 
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Librarian 

A.B., Howard College; A.B., (Library Science), 

Emory University. 



Lovick P. McLane 

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Director of Athletics 

A.B.. Maryville College; A.M.. Howard College. 



John Xan 
Professor of Chemistry 
B.S.. Kalamazoo College: M.S., Ph.D., Univer- 
sity of Chicago. 



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HOWARD'S FOUR-STAR •••• MEN 



Every mother is duly proud of an illustrious son, and Howard, beloved alma 
mater of thousands, is no exception. Sons of Howard have been men of prominence 
in many professions for more than three-quarters of a century, and Howard alumni 
are still achieving — some as lawyers, some as educators, some as authors, doctors or 
scientists, and many as ministers and missionaries. It is Howard's wish to give 
recognition to them, in this small way, for their noteworthy achievements. 



Dr. W. W. Adams — Professor, Eastern Theo- 
logical Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsyl- 
vania. 

A. C. Anderson — Director of Extension, Ala- 
bama College, Montevallo, Ala. 

W. A. Berry — Chairman, Board of Trustees, 
Howard College. 

Dr. G. W. Bouldin, President, Missionary 
College, Fukuoka, Japan. 

Percy P. Burns — Dean, Howard College. 

Francis G. Caffee — Federal Judge, New 
York City. 

Rev. W. H. Carson — Missionary, Lagos, 
Africa. 

Dr. John C. Dawson — Head of Department 
of Romance Languages, University of Ala- 
bama ; former president of Howard College. 

Dr. L. O. Dawson — Minister, autlior, pro- 
fessor. 

Dr. J. S. Dill — Editor, Baptist Courier, 
Greenville, S. C. 

Dr. M. B. Garrett — Professor of History, 
University of North Carolina. 

Hugh Grant — Western European Division, 
Department of State. 

Dr. W. S. Hendrix — Professor of Spanish, 
Ohio Slate University. 

Dr. R. A. Lambert — Director of the Colum- 
bia University School of Tropical Medi- 
cine, University of Puerto Rico. 

Dr. David G. Lyon — Professor emeritus, 
Harvard University. 

Dr. C. P. McCord — Director, Industrial 
Health Conservancy Laboratories, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 



Dr. Allen J. Moon — Dean, William Jewell 
College, Liberty, Missouri. 

Dr. T. V. Neal— President, Howard College. 

Rev. Roswell Owens — Missionary , Jerusa- 
lem, Palestine. 

Dr. George Pappas — College President, Chi- 
cago, Illinois. 

Dr. E. P. Puckeit — Dean, Central College, 
Fayette, Missouri. 

Rev. J. M. Rogers — Missionary to China. 

Dr. John R. Sampey — President, Baptist 
Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. 

Dr. H. P. Shugerman — Physician, Birming- 
ham, Alabama. 

Edgar Valentine Smith — Author and edi- 
torial ivriter. 

Dr. E. M. Thigpen — Specialist, Montgomery, 
Alabama. 

L. E. Thomas — Attorney, Shreveport, Louisi- 



J. Fritz Thompson — Circuit Judge, Birming- 
ham, Alabama. 

Dr. J. B. Tidwell — Professor, Baylor Uni- 
versity. 

Dr. J. B. Trant — Dean, School of Commerce, 
Louisiana State University. 

Dr. J. B. Ward — Head of Department of Ro- 
mance Languages, Alabama College, Mon- 
tevallo, Alabama. 

H. Y. Weissinger — Oldest living alumnus of 
Howard College. 

Dr. H. J. Willingham — President, Florence 
State Normal, Florence, Alabama. 



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THE CLASSES 






SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Henry Smith President 

Herbert Lykes Vice-President 

Dorothy Cason Secretary. 

Pete Estes Treasurer 



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MARY ELLA ALGEE, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

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Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (i, 2, 3, 4) ; Allied Arts Club; 
Howard Masquers; Girl's Glee Club (1, 2); Book- 
lover's Club; Secretary (3). 



JOE E. ANDERSON, B.S. 

THOMASVILLE, ALA. 



(Bottom Roiv) 



GEORGE ANDREVILLE, B.S. 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 



MRS. J. H. AVERY, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

University of Georgia (i, 2); Y. W. C. A. (1, 2); 

Home Economics Club (i, 2) ; Floco Girl's Club (2) ; 

Sophomore Chorus; Honor Roll (3, 4) ; Mission Band 

(3, 4); Glee Club; Y. W. A. 



MARY ANDERSON, A.B. 

THOMASVILLE, ALA. 

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Judson College (1, 2) ; Vice-President Howard Mas- 
quers (3, 4) ; Lady Windermere's Fan; Taming of the 
Shrew; Dulcy; Sleeping Princess; President Women's 
Dormitory Council (4) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4). 



JOHN BARNES, A.B. 

OCEAN SPRINGS, MISS. 

Basketball (1, 2) ; Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3) ; 
Vice-President (1); B. S. U., Vice-President (1); 
President (2) ; Vice-President Student Body (4) ; Chair- 
man Election Committee (4) ; Trident Club (4) ; Vice- 
President; President S. S. C. (4) ; Band (1, 2, 3). 




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MADA BERRY, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

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Birmingham News Scholarship; Freshman Commission, 
Y. W. C. A. (i) ; Director Freshman Commission (2) ; 
W. A. A. Board (2) ; Booklover's Club (1, 2, 3) ; Re- 
porter (3) ; Y. W. C. A. Treasurer (3) ; Crimson Staff 
(2, 3); Entre Nous Staff (3); Glee Club (2, 3, 4); 
Hvpatia, Secretary-Treasurer; Beta Pi Theta, Record- 
ing Secretary (4) ; Y. W. C. A., President (4) ; B. S. 
U. Council (4) ; Beauty Parade (4) ; Band Sponsor, 
Millsaps and Southern games; Honor Roll (1, 2) ; Mas- 
quers (3, 4) ; Varsity Debating Team (3). 

A. W. BOSWELL 

LEEDS, ALA. 



ELIZABETH BROWN, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

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Crimson Staff; Entre Nous Staff (1, 2) ; Parade Com- 
mittee; Constitutional Committee; Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil; Glee Club; Secretary, Freshman Class; Social 
Science Club ; Beauty Parade. 



MARY KAY BROWN, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
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Secretary Social Science Club (4) ; Vice-President, Chi 
Delta Phi (4) ; Booklover's Club (3, 4) ; Y. W. C. A. 



MILDRED ORMOND BROOK, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

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W. A. A. Board (1, 2) ; Vice-President, W. A. A. (3) ; 
Honor Roll (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Vice-President, Beta Pi Theta 
(3) ; President (4) ; President, Hvpatia (4) ; Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet (4) ; Social Science Club (4) ; Junior 
Stunt; Beauty Parade (4); Class Manager, Basketball 
and Hockey; W. A. A. Conference (3). 



DOROTHY CASON, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

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Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (3) ; Social Committee (3) ; Bas- 
ketball (1, 2, 3); Manager Freshman Athletics (1); 
Baseball (1, 2, 3) ; Captain (1) ; W. A. A. Board (1, 
2, 3); Manager Track (3); Vice-President Women's 
Student Government (3); Student Council (3); Honor 
Roll (2, 3) ; Secretary, Senior Class. 



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GLENDOLYN COLE, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

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(Bottom Row) 

THOMAS DOUGLAS, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

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Howard Masquers; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Honor Rol 
(i). 



KATHLEEN COONER, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Girl's Glee Club; Social Science Club; Booklover's 
Club ; Mission Band ; Secretary, W. A. A. 



CHESTER ELAM, B.S. 

ADDISON, ALA. 



ANNE DAVIE, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Louisiana Tech (r, 2, 3) ; Beauty Section (1, 3) ; Spon- 
sor, Homecoming Day (1, 3) ; Pan-Hellenic Style Revue 
(1); Spanish Club (r, 2, 3); International Relations 
Club (1, 3) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 3) ; W. A. A. (1, 3) ; 
K. O. A. (3) ; Beauty Parade (4) I Honor Roll (4). 



HICKMAN EWING, A.B. 

MEMPHIS, TENN. 

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Football (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Baseball (1, 2) ; Basketball (1, 

2); Vice-President, Sophomore Class; President, "H" 

Club (4). 



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ROY FAYET 

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President, Junior Class; Secretary, Sophomore Clas^; 
Crimson Staff (2, 3) ; Extre Nous Staff (2, 4) ; Base- 
ball (1, 2, 3) ; Football (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Captain (4) ; Vice- 
President Men's Pan-Hellenic; "H" Club; Best Ail- 
Round Boy (3). 



MARVIN GARDNER, A.B. 

GAYLESVILLE, ALA. 

Ministerial Association (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Treasurer (2, 3) ; 
Vice-President (3) ; President (4) ; B. S. U. Council (1, 
3, 4) ; Mission Band (1, 3) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3) ; 
President, College B. Y. P. U. (3) ; Senior President, 
East Lake B. Y. P. U. District (3, 4). 



RUSSELL GARRETT 

ALBERTVILLE, ALA. 

Football (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Basketball (1, 2, 3) ; "H" Club. 



CHARLES REESE GLAZE, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



PAUL E. GWIN, JR., A.B. 

SUMMON, ALA. 

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Secretary, Junior Class; Treasurer, Sophomore Class; 
Student Council (4) ; Crimson Staff (2). 



RUBY HAGOOD, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
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W. A. A. (3) ; Social Science Club (3). 



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JOE FLOYD HALL, B.S. 

SWAIM, ALA. 

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Baseball (i) ; Track (3, 4) ; Men's Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil. 



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LEVOYD HALL, B.S. 

SWAIM, ALA. 

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Baseball (1); Track (3,4). 



FRANCES HANKINS, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



PETER HORN, B.S. 

NORTH ADAMS, MASS. 



MABEL HUDSON, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

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Booklover's Club (3, 4) ; Crimson Staff; Y. W. C. A. 



ESTHA MAE IRWIN, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Judson College (1, 2); B. S. U. Council; President, 
Mission Band ; President, Sophomore Sunday School 
Class ; Y. W. A. ; Y. W. C. A. ; B. Y. P. U. ; W. A. A. ; 
Freshman Cheer Leader; Howard (3, 4); Baptist Stu- 
dent, Secretary; Director Religious Activities; W. A. 
A.; Y. W. C. A.; Pep Squad; Parade Committee (4) ; 
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(Top Roiv) 

HAZEL JOHNSON, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
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Vice-President, Freshman Commission, Y. W. C. A. ; 
Basketball (i); Honor Roll (2); Piano Orchestra (2, 
3) ; Sponsor, Howard-Chattanooga Game (3) ; Leader, 
Beauty Section Entre Nous (3) ; Junior Stunt; Hy- 
patia (4) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (4) ; President, 
Women's Student Government (4) ; Student Council 
(4) ; B. S. U. Council (4) ; Booklover's Club (4) ; Pan- 
Hellenic Council (4) ; Band Sponsor, Howard-Union 
Game (4) ; Sponsor, Howard-Auburn, Howard-South- 
western, Howard-Southern games (4). 

SAM W. JONES, A.B. 

PINE APPLE, ALA. 

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Basketball (1) ; Baseball (3, 4). 

LAMAR KENNEDY, A.B. 

BRUNDIDCE, ALA. 

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President, Student Body (4) ; Pre-Law Student. 



(Bottom Roiv) 

ROY DEAN KENNEDY, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Football (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Track (2, 3) ; Boxing Team (3, 
4) ; "H" Club. 



ELIZABETH KRONENBERG, A.B. 

BROOKSIDE, ALA. 

x a *, b n e, n k e 

Crimson Staff (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Treas- 
urer, Chi Delta Phi (3) ; President (4) ; Vice-President 
Beta Pi Theta (4) ; Secretary (3) ; Booklover's Club 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Reporter (3) ; Secretary (4) ; Honor Roll 
(1, 2, 3) ; Hypatia, Marshal (4) ; Beauty Parade (4) ; 
Candidate for Degree with Honors in English. 



WINSTON LEGGE, B.S. 

ATHENS, ALA. 

2 N 

Athens College (1, 2) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (4) 
Parade Committee (4) ; Honor Roll (4). 



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JACK LESS, A.B. 

NORTH ADAMS, MASS. 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (i, 2); Basketball; 

Football; The Poly; Interfraternity Basketball and 

Baseball; Howard (3, 4) ; Y. M. C. A. Basketball (3) ; 

Boxing (3, 4) ; Honor Roll (3). 



HERBERT LYKES, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

e k n 

Student Council (2). 



MAYO MANASCO, B.S. 

TOWNLEY, ALA. 

6KN 

Men's Pan-Hellenic; Baseball (1, 2); Assistant Busi- 
ness Manager Crimson (3); Business Manager (4). 



MAJEL MANGUN, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

a z, n k e, a k 

Crimson Staff (r, 2, 3); Society Editor (4); Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet (2, 3) ; W. A. A." Board (1, 2, 3) ; Re- 
porter (2, 3) ; Treasurer (4) ; Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Hockey (r, 2); Hockey Conference Alabama College 
(2) ; Swimming (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Tennis (1, 2, 4) ; Hiking 
(4) ; Entre Nous Staff (3) ; Intercollegiate Debating 
Council, Secretary (2) ; Debate Manager and Secre- 
tary (3) ; "The New Co-ed" (1) ; "The Importance of 
Being Earnest" (2); Howard Masquers; B. S. U. 
Council, Reporter (2) ; Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4) ; 
Stunt Night (2, 3) ; Social Science Club (4) ; Parade 
Committee (4) ; Good-Will Tour, '33; Pep Squad (4) ; 
Hypatia (4) ; "Outstanding Freshman Girl" Medal. 

EVELYN MANKER, A.B. 

EL PASO, TEX. 

a a n 

EI Paso College of Mines and Metallurgy (1, 2) ; Elec- 
tion Committee (4) ; Parade Committee (4) ; Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet (4). 

OCTAVIA MARTIN, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

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(Top Row) ED MASON, B.S. 

COLUMBUS GROVE, OHIO 

2 N 

Howard Masquers; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Entre Nous 

Staff (3); Boxing Team (3); Glee Club (3); Class 

Stunt (2, 3) ; "Dulcy" (3). 

STANLEY MATE, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

2 T, n K 
Football (2, 3, 4); "H" Club; Class Stunt (2, 3); 
Business Manager, Freshman Edition Crimson; Editor 
Crimson (3); Constitutional Committee (4); Editor 
Senior Edition Crimson; General Stunt Night Com- 
mittee (4) ; Assistant Editor Entre Nous (4) ; Trident 
Club (4) ; Treasurer. 

MARJORIE MAUNEY, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

a z, b n e 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (1, 2, 3) ; Devotional Chairman 
(2) ; Vice-President (3) ; Treasurer (4) ; Allied Arts 
Club (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Secretary-Treasurer, Beta Pi Theta 
(2) ; Parliamentarian (3) ; W. A. A. (1, 2, 3) ; Basket- 
ball (1, 2); Baseball (1, 2); Glee Club (1); Honor 
Roll (1) ; Business Manager, Sophomore Edition Crim- 
son; Crimson Staff (1, 2); Entre Nous Staff (3); 
Parade Committee (3) ; Howard Masquers (3, 4) ; 
"Lady Windermere's Fan" (3) ; "The Taming of the 
Shrew" (3); Hypatia (4); Historian; Senior Class 
Ring Committee; Editor Bullpup (3) ; Student Council 
(3, 4) ; Stunt Committee (3) ; Gold Honor Award (4) ; 
Constitutional Committee (4). 



(Rot lorn Ro<w) 

MILDRED MAXWELL, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
A Z 

Judson College (1, 2) ; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet (1) ; Art 

Club (1, 2) ; French Club (1, 2) ; Y. W. A., Secretary 

(1) ; Vice-President (2) ; Howard (3, 4) ; Allied Arts 

Club (3) ; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 



DOROTHY MAE McKINNEY, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
X A * 

Hypatia (4); Chaplain; Secretary, Chi Delta Phi; 

Honor Roll; Marshal (3) ; Publicity Committee W. A. 

A.; Reporter, Booklover's Club; Candidate for Degree 

with Honors in English. 

JOHN MIGLIONICO, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
A K, 2 T 

Math. Medal (1) ; Delta Kappa (2, 3) ; Debate Man- 
ager (3); Trident Club (3); Secretary; Entre Nous 
Staff (3); Marshal (1); Head Marshal (2); Honor 
Roll (i, 2, 3). 



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SUE NEAL, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, AI.A. 

a a n 

President, College Girl's Sunday School Class; B. S. U. 
Council; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Glee Club. 



ALVAN A. OUTLAND, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

n k a 

Entre Nous Staff (2, 3, 4) ; Crimson Staff (3, 4) ; As- 
sistant Editor (4) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3) ; Business 
Manager Bullpup (3). 



JESSIE JO NIX, A.B. 

ONEONTA, ALA. 

Social Science Club; Booklover's Club; Y. W. C. A. 



HARLAN OGLE, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



DOROTHY VIRGINIA PARKER, A.B. 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 

a a e 

Louisiana Tech. (1, 2); French Club (1, 2); Inter- 
national Relations Club (1, 2); Junior Stunt; Y. W. 
C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Pep Squad (4) ; Dormitory Wing, 
President (4). 

DIXIE LENORA PATTEN, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

b * a, b n e 

Allied Arts Club ( -, 2, 3, 4) ; "The New Co-ed" (1) ; 
University of Chattanooga (2) ; Howard Masquers (3, 
4) ; "Lady Windermere's Fan" (3) ; "The Taming of 
the Shrew" (3) ; Treasurer, Beta Pi Theta (4) ; Class 
Stunt (1, 3). 



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BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



(Bottom Row) 



DONALD SILBERMAN, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



JOHN SELLERS RASCO, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ministerial Association; Men's Glee Club. 



JUNE SHARPLES, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

a a n 

Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4) ; W. A. A. (2) ; Tennis 

Team (2) ; Glee Club (1) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 

Chorister (2). 



LUCILLE RICE, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



HENRY SMITH, B.S. 

ALEXANDER CITY, ALA. 
II K * 

Student Council (2) ; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2) ; B. S. 
U. Council (2, 3); Treasurer (3); Football (1); 
Entre Nous Staff (2) ; Business Manager, Entre 
Nous (3); President, Senior Class; Trident Club (4). 



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TOM SMITH 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

n k a 



EDNA STEWART, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
A A 9 



Secretary, Freshman Commission, V. W. C. A.; Glee 
Club (i~ 2, 3, 4) ; President (4) ; Allied Arts Club (3, 
4); Booklover's Club (3, 4); Treasurer (4); Sopho- 
more Marshal; Head Marshal, Founder's Day (3); 
Honor Roll (1, 2, 3) ; Secretary, Women's Student Or- 
ganization (4); Social Science Club (4). 



KATHERINE UPSHAW, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
B <I> A, A K 

Allied Arts Club; Booklover's Club; W. A. A.: Y. W. 

C. A. Cabinet; Parade Committee; Secretary, Women's 

Pan-Hellenic; Entre Nous Staff; City Pan-Hellenic 

Scholarship Winner, 1934. 



IRWIN WALDROP, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Basketball (2, 3) ; "H" Club. 



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ERIN WALLACE, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

a a n 

University of Alabama (1, 2) ; Women's Student Coun- 
cil (2) ; W. A. A. (1, 2) ; Basketball (1, 2) ; Baseball 
(1, 2) ; Track (1, 2) ; Y. W. C. A. (1, 2) ; B. S. U. 
(1, 2) ; Howard (3, 4) ; W. A. A. (3, 4) ; Vice-Presi- 
dent (4) ; Hockey (3) ; Baseball (3) ; Volley Ball (4) ; 
Basketball (4) ; Y. W. C. A. (3, 4). 

E. T. WALROND, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

n k a 

Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; President, Sophomore Class; Men's 
Pan-Hellenic Council (2, 3, 4) ; President (4) ; Student 
Council (4); Vice-President, Student Body (3); Bas- 
ketball (1); Baseball (3,4); "H" Club. 

IRVING WF.INSTEIN, A.B. 

BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

k * k, b n e 

Trident Club (4); President; President, Kappa Phi 

Kappa; Allied Arts Club; Dramatic Club; Honor Roll; 

Parade Committee. 

WILLIAM BARNETT WIGGINS, A.B. 

MIDLAND CITY, ALA. 

n k a, 2 t, n k e 

Glee Club (2) ; Assistant Editor Crimson (3) ; Entre 
Nous Staff (3); Editor Crimson (4). 

ELLOSTEIN WRIGHT, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM ALA. 
X A * 

Basketball (1, 2, 3) ; Baseball (2) ; Glee Club (2. 3) ; 
Crimson Staff (2, 3) ; W. A. A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Y. W. C. 
A. (1, 2, 3) ; Social Science Club Reporter (4) : Presi- 
dent, Booklover's Club (4) ; Chi Delta Phi Reporter 
(4). 



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JONAH ANDERSON 

DE FUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA 
Football (1. 2, 3). 



ELEANOR ARENDALE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



ELIZABETH BOBO 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

B 2 O 



MARTHA BRASFIELD 

DORA, ALABAMA 

a a n 

Y. W. A. (3); Pep Squad (3); Alabama Col- 
lege (1). 



DORIS BRIDGES 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

* M, ABA 

Freshman Commission Y. W. C. A. (1), Cab- 
inet (3); Sponsor, Howard-Southern Game (1), 
Parade Sponsor '(3); Feature Section "Entre 
Nous" (1, 2); Class Stunt (1, 2); Secretary Al- 
pha Epsilon Delta (3); Howard Masquers (2, 
3); "Lady Windemcre's Fan" (2), "Taming of 
the Shrew" (2), "Dulcy" (2), "The Sleeping 
Princess" (3). 



GRETCHEN BROWN 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

e t 



VIRGINIA COBB 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A A 9, A K 

Pan-Hellenic (3); Delta Kappa (2, 3); Pre- 

Law Club (3); Float Sponsor, Howard-Southern 

Parade (3). 



ISABELLA DAVIES 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
B 2 O 

Y. W. C. A. (1. 2, 3), Cabinet (3); Secretary 

Sophomore Class (2); Secretary, Student Bodv 

(3); Football Queen (3). 



OSCAR A. DAVIS 

DOUBLE SPRINGS, ALABAMA 

B. Y. P. U. (1, 2), President (1); Ministerial 

Association (1, 2, 3), Vice-President (2); B. S. 

U. Council, Third Vice-President (2); Social 

Science Club. 



SAMUEL JAMES DOOLEY 

BOAZ, ALABAMA 

VIRGINIA EAGLES 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A Z 

Second Vice-President Freshman Commission 
Y. W. C. A. (1); Y. W. C. A, (1, 2, 3), Cab- 
inet (2, 3); W. A. A. (1, 2, 3), Board (21; 
Basketball (1), Manager Hockey (1), Baseball 
(2), Volley Ball (3); "Thursday Evening" (1), 
"Lady Windermere's Fan" (2), "The Torch- 
bearers" (3); Allied Arts Club (1, 2, 3); How- 
ard Masquers (2, 3); "Entre Nous" Staff (3); 
Stunt (2); General Chairman for Stunts (3); 
Honor Roll (1); Editor, Junior Edition "Crim- 
son" (3). 



THOMAS FORRESTER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

n K A, A K, K * K 

Cheer Leader (1, 2); "Crimson" Staff (2); 

President Y. M. C. A. (3); Sophomore Stunt 

(2); Junior Stunt (3). 



COPELAND GRAVES 

BLOUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA 

n k * 

President Sophomore Class (2); Council Mem- 
ber (3); Men's Pan-Hellenic Council (31; Base- 
ball (2). 



RUTH GRAVES 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

B * A 

Girls' Glee Club. 



MARGIE CRAIG 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

B * A 



LAWRENCE GREER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

Honor Roll (1, 2, 3); Ministerial Association 
(1, 2, 3), Treasurer (2). 



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EVELYN GRIMMER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

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EVA KATHRVN HARGRAVE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

X A <I> 

Y. W. C. A. Representative to Ridgerrost (3), 
Cabinet (3); Booklovers' Club, Vice-President 
(3); Nominee for Feature Section (3); Chi 
Delta Phi. Treasurer (3); "Lady Windermere's 
Fan" (2). Stage Committee. "The Taming of 
the Shrew" < 2 ) ; Honor Roll (2): Women's Stu- 
dent organization el. 3). 

ETHEL HOWLE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
A Z 

EVERETT INGRAM 

ASHLAND, ALABAMA 

n K * 

Honor Roll (1) ; Band (2, 3); Manager Band 
(3), Drum Major (3): Assistant Business Man- 
ager, "Entre Nous" (3). 

EVELYN CALHOUN JOHNSON 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
B 2 

Devotional Chairman T. W. C. A. (2), T. W. 
C. A. (1, 2); Secretary, Women's Pan-Hellenic 
Council (2). VicePresident (3); Y. W. A. (1, 2); 
Freshman Commission Director (3); Parade 
Committee (3); Honor Roll (1, 2); Election 
Committee (2) ; Manager Minor Sports. W. A. 
A. (3); Student Council (3); Pep Squad (3). 

OLIN KELSO 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A A T 

Football (1, 2, 3). 

PRESTON LANGSTON 

BESSEMER, ALABAMA 
A A T 

EUNICE LONG 

HALEYVILLE, ALABAMA 

Girls' Glee Club (1, 2. 3), Vice-President (3); 
Booklovers" Club (2, 3); B. S. U. Council (2, 3), 
Vice-President (2); B. Y. P. U. Representative 
(3), Director (3), President (2); Mission Band 
(2, 3); Reporter (2); Woman's Student Govern- 
ment (3); Y. W. A. (2, 3), Devotional Chair- 
man (3); Honor Roll (1, 2); Social Science 
Club (2, 3); Historian (3). 



ZEB LUCAS 

ASHLAND, ALABAMA 

GRACE MANGUN 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
A Z 

Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Commission (1); 

Allied Arts Club (1); W. A. A. (1, 2); Pep 

Squad (2); Hiking Chairman (2). 

TOMMIE MANGUN 

KANSAS CUV, KANSAS 

A Z, X A * 
BESS McCOMAS 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

<i> m, x a <i>, n k e 

V. W. C. A. President, Freshman Commission 
(1). Vice-President (3); Honor Roll (1, 2); 
Business Manager Freshman Edition "Crimson" 
(1); Most Outstanding Freshman Girl Medal 
(1), Parade Committee (2, 3); "Entre Nous" 
Staff (2. 3). Assistant Editor (2), Editor-in- 
chief (3); Election Committee (3); Float Spon- 
sor. Howard-Southern Parade (3); General 
Chairman Beauty Parade (2); Stunt Committee 
(2). 

PHILLIP McCURDY 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
2 * E 

CLARA McEACHERN 

LOUISVILLE, ALABAMA 
<!> M, X A 2 

Honor Roll (1, 2); Sophomore Marshal (2), 
Treasurer, Sophomore Class (2); First Vice- 
President Freshman Commission (1); Women's 
Athletic Association (2); Basketball (1); Y. W. 
A. President (2); B. S. U. (2, 3), Secretary 
(2), Treasurer (3); Secretary Woman's Student 
Government (2), Vice-President (3); Vice- 
President Woman's Student Association (3); 
Pan-Hellenic (2, 3), President (3); "Entre 
Nous" Staff (3); B. Y. P. U. President (1); Y. 
W. C. A. Cabinet (1). 

JOHN MILFORD 

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA 
2 N, A E A 

President Freshman Class (1); "Most Out- 
standing Freshman Boy" Medal (1); Y. M. C. 
A. (2, 3); Junta (3): Pan-Hellenic Council (2), 
Secretary, Pan-Hellenic (3). 

ELOISE MONTGOMERY 

ROEBUCK SPRINGS, ALABAMA 

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HAZEL PAWSON 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A Z 



FRED PHILLIPS 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



EVELYN SUDDUTH 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

* m, b ii e 

Howard Masquers (2, 3); Allied Arts Club (1, 

2); Booklovers' Club <:)); "Taming of the 

Shrew" (2); Honor Itoll (2). 



JANE PRATT 

FAIRFIELD, ALABAMA 



JAMES TURNER 

CROPWELL, ALABAMA 
A A T 



PARKS REDWINE 

GADSDEN, ALABAMA 

Editorial Staff "Entre Nous" (3); General Sec- 
retary Young Peoples' Department Ruhama 
Sunday School (2, 3); Ministerial Association 
(1. 2, 3), Reporter (1); Pulpit Supply Chair- 
man and Representative to Faculty (2), Sup- 
ply Committee (3); "Crimson" Staff (1); Vice- 
President. Birmingham Association B. Y. P. 
U. (1); B. S. U. (1, 2. 3). Reporter (1). First 
Vice-President (1, 2), State Vice-President (3). 



DOROTHY WALKER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

* M 

"The Torchbearers" (3); Treasurer, Freshman 

Commission (1); Glee Club (1); Honor Roll (1); 

W. A. A. (1, 2); Parade Committee (2). 



MARJORIE ROPER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

* M 



REBA WEAR 

COUSHATTA, LOUISIANA 

* M 

Secretary Junior Class (3); Booklovers" Club 
(3); Y. W. C. A. (3). 



LEONTE SAYE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A Z, X A 2 

Chemistry Laboratory Assistant (1); Chi Al- 
pha Sigma, Secretary-Treasurer (2), President 
(31; Y. W. C. A. Freshman Commission (1); 
Allied Arts Club (1, 2); Honor Roll (1, 2). 



DOROTHY WILHITE 

BIRMINGFIAM, ALABAMA 

W. A. A. (1, 2, 3), Board (2, 3); College Vol- 
ley Ball Manager (3); Hockey Team (1, 2); 
Basketball Team (1, 2); Baseball Team (2, 3); 
Volley Ball (3); Y. W. C. A. (3). 



CLAUDE SMITH 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A K 



MRS. GRADY WINSTEAD 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 



NATHAN SIMS 

GUNTERSVILLE, ALABAMA 



W. G. WINSTEAD 

ONEONTA, ALABAMA 



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P. M. ACKER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

GLADYS ALLDREDGE 

BROOKSVILLE, ALABAMA 

A A II 

Allied Arts Club (1); Feature Section (1); 

Howard Masquers (1); Dormitory Council (2); 

Pep Squad (2). 

ROBERT ALLEN 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
II K * 

EVELYN ANSLEY 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

* m, a k, b n e 

Student Council (1); Honor Roll (1); Chair- 
man Freshman Stunt Committee (1); Howard 
Masquers (1, 2), Vice-President (2); Allied Arts 
Club (1); "Taming- of the Shrew" (1) "The 
Torchbearers" (2), "La Lettre Chargee" (2); 
Secretary, Delta Kappa (2); Pep Squad (21- 
T. W. C. A. Cabinet (2). 

HOWELL BENNET 

DOTHAN, ALABAMA 

n k * 

TRACY BURGER 

GADSDEN, ALABAMA 

Football (1, 2). 

ANN ELIZABETH BERRY 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
A K 

Secretary Freshman Class (1); B. S. U Coun- 
cil (1); W. A. A. (1); Allied Arts Club (1)- 
Baseball (1); Basketball (1); Honor Roll (1)- 
Stunt Committee (1); Glee Club (1, 2) Secre- 
tary (2); Student Council (2); Pep Squad (2) • 
Vice-President, Delta Kappa (2); Birmingham- 
Southern-Howard Parade Committee (2). 

MARVIN BISHOP 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

n k a 

OTHO BRUCE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

2 N, A K 
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (1, 2). 

GRETA B. BURROUGHS 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A A e 

Booklovers' Club (1 2); Pianist Freshman 
Commission, Y. W. C. A. (1). 

THOMAS CLINKSCALES 

VINCENT, ALABAMA 



WILMA COLLINS 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

* M, A E A 

Freshman Stunt (1); "Entre Nous" Staff (2). 

ALLEN COOK 

ANDALUSIA, ALABAMA 

PAUL COX 

CLANTON, ALABAMA 
II K <I> 

JESILYN DAVIS 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
W. A. A. (1, 2). 

PAUL DAVIS 

CHEROKEE, ALABAMA 

A A T 

Football. 

MARJORIE DERBY 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
* M 

EDWARD DUNCAN 

IRONDALE, ALABAMA 
Track (1. 2). 

JAMES EDWARDS 

MOBILE, ALABAMA 

II K * 
JOHN FENN 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
6 K N 

THOMAS GARNER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

n k a 

MARGARET GODWIN 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

a z, b n e 

Glee Club (1); Howard Masquers (1); Allied 
Arts Club (1, 2). 



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MILDRED GODWIN 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

a z, b n e 

Glee Club (1); Howard Masquers (1); Allied 
Arts Club (1, 2). 

CHARLES GRANADE 

LEROYj ALABAMA 

KATIE LOU HAMMETT 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

* M 

Booklovers' Club (1); Feature Section (1); 

Glee Club (1); Band Sponsor Howard-Auburn 

Game (2); Band Sponsor Howard-Southern 

Game (2); Beauty Parade (2); Stunt (1). 

FRANCES HILL 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
Booklovers' Club (2). 

MARGARET HOGAN 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
<1> M, X A * 

Honor Roll (1); Band Sponsor Howard-South- 
ern Game (1); Glee Club (1). 

THOMAS HOLMES 

ATMORE, ALABAMA 
Football (1). 

HAZEL HURTT 

IRONDALE, ALABAMA 

b n e 

Honor Roll (1); Booklovers' Club (1, 2). 



KELLEY JOHNSON 

SVLACAUGA, ALABAMA 

STELLA JONES 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A Z 

Birmingham-Southern (1); Paint and Patches 
Club (1); W. A. A. (2). 

J. B. KING 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

2 N 

Treasurer, Freshman Class (1); Allied Arts 

Club (1, 2); Glee Club (1, 2); Y. M. C. A. 

Cabinet (1. 2); "Entre Nous" Staff (2). 

HELEN MALONE 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A Z 
"Lady Windermere's Fan" (1); Howard Mas- 
quers (1, 2); W. A. A. (2); Volley Ball (2). 

HARDEE MARTIN 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
A A n, A E A 

ELIZABETH McNEIL 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
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MARTHA MILES 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

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ROLAND MOLPUS 

MOBILE, ALABAMA 

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MELVIN HYATT 

CULLMAN, ALABAMA 
Business Manager, Boys' Glee Club. 



FREDDY MORRIS 

BROWNSVILLE, TENNESSEE 

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WALTER HARPER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
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ROY MYRICK 

COFFEEVILLE, ALABAMA 
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HERMAN INGRAM 

SVLACAUGA, ALABAMA 

ARTHUR INMAN 

TOWNLEY, ALABAMA 



VELMA NEAL 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

a a n 

Sponsor, Howard-Chattanooga Game (1), Au- 
burn-Howard Game (2); Pep Squad (2); I i "\\ - 
ard-Southern Parade Committee (2); Float 
Sponsor, Howard-Southern Parade (2). 



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HENRY PARKER 

CRICHTON, ALABAMA 

n K *, K * K, A K 

President Freshman Class (1, 2); Cheer Leader 

(1, 2); Allied Arts (1, 2); V. M. C. A. (1, 2); 

"Birmingham News" Scholarship; Masquers (1, 

2); Student Council (2). 



NASH REEDER 

BESSEMER, ALABAMA 
2 * E 

JULIA REEVES 

ANNISTON, ALABAMA 
A K 

Allied Arts Club (1); Glee Club (1, 2). 

A. M. REID 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

n k a 

FRENCH RHODES 

DE ARMANVILLE, ALABAMA 
Glee Club. 

MILDRED RHODES 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
A A 9 

JACK ROBERTSON 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

2 N 
MADRENE ROTHERMEL 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

a a n 

Feature Section (1); Beauty Parade (2). 

FRANK SLAUGHTER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

n k a 

Football. 



CARMEL SNOW 

HELENA, ALABAMA 

MARY LENA TAYLOR 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

A Z 
ELIZABETH TILLER 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
f> M 

Honor Roll (1. 2); Freshman Marshal (1); 
Booklovers' Club (1, 2). 

ELIZABETH WEAKLEY 

ROEBUCK SPRINGS, ALABAMA 

a a n 

BEN WILBANKS 

TALLASSEE, ALABAMA 

A A T 

President Sophomore Class (2); Football. 

MILDRED WILKINSON 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

B * A 

Vice-President Freshman Commission (1) ; A. 
D. Smith Math Award (1); Freshman Stunt 
(1); Y. \V. C. A. Cabinet (1, 2), Secretary (2); 
"Entre Nous" Staff (1, 2); Honor Roll (1, 2); 
Booklovers' Club (1. 2); Glee Club (1, 2); Arts 
Club (1, 2); Pan-Hellenic Council (2); Beauty 
Parade (2); Float Sponsor. Howard-Southern 
Parade (2). 

LAEVERT WILLIAMS 

MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA 

n K * 
CAROLYN WILLIS 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

B * A 

Booklovers' Club (1, 2). 

MARIA WOODS 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 
W. A. A. (1, 2). 



MARJORIE SMITH 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

a a n 



LULA WRIGHT 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

B 2 

Birmingham-Southern (1); W. A. A. (2). 



VARINA SHELTON SMITH 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

a k, b n e 

Allied Arts Club (1); Howard Masquers (2); 
T. W. C. A. Cabinet (2). 



LAVINIA YOUNG 

FAIRFIELD, ALABAMA 

a a n 

Alabama College (1); Freshman Commission 
(1); Home Economics Club (1). 



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Archie Adams Leeds, 

Gracie Adams Leeds, 

Mary Ellen Adkins Milltown, 

Paul Allen, 77 K <1> Birmingham, 

Ruth Allred Birmingham, 

Grace Anderson, A A II Thomasville, 

Molly Anderton, .4 J 77 Birmingham, 

Fay Askew, 77 K <I> Dothan, 

Lupton Baines, II K <I> Blountsville, 

Giles Baker, .4 A T Birmingham, 

Virginia Barnes Birmingham, 

Martha Jo Bass, .4 J 77 Birmingham, 

Truman Bass, © K N Birmingham, 

Charles Bell, © K N Townley, 

Jack Bell, II K <I> Dothan, 

Bernice Bellsnyder, A Z Birmingham, 

Lucille Black, B ^ O Birmingham, 

Martha Jule Blackshear, <I> M Headland, 

Leo Brazil, & K N Millport, 

Earl Brown Birmingham, 

Herbert Browne, A AT Birmingham, 

Ernest Buchi Birmingham, 

Jarrell Burdett Clanton, 

Jean Campbell Birmingham, 

Harold Carter, 77 K A Selma, 

William Chandler, 77 K Birmingham, 

Ollie Cobb, 77 K <Z> Jasper, 

Dorothy Cole, A Z Decatur, 

JUDSON COLLEY, 2 N Tl'Oy, 

Audie Lou Compton Hanceville, 

Norman Cooper Rogersville, 

Rosemary Crook, A A © Birmingham, 

Frances Crowder Birmingham, 

Rebecca Daily, A Z Birmingham, 

Eloise Denton, A A © Talladega, 

Mary Elizabeth Estes, ^4 zl 77 Birmingham, 



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Vernon Faulkner, 2 <l> E Birmingham, Alabama 

Billie Hugh Fennell, K N Birmingham, Alabama 

Sara Ferrell, A Z Birmingham, Alabama 

Grace Fuller, A A II Perryville, Alabama 

Juliet Fuller, A A II Perryville, Alabama 

Leslie Fuqua, & K N Birmingham, Alabama 

Mrs. C. R. Glaze Birmingham, Alabama 

Elizabeth Gourley, A A II Birmingham, Alabama 

Earl Griffin, 77 K A Birmingham, Alabama 

Winifred Grissom, II K A Birmingham, Alabama 

John Hankins, Z <P E Birmingham, Alabama 

John Harrell, Z N Thomaston, Alabama 

Margaret Harris, A A II Birmingham, Alabama 

Charles Healy, Z <P E Birmingham, Alabama 

Glenn Hearn, 77 K 4> Albertville, Alabama 

Mary Nell Hearn, A A II Albertville, Alabama 

Odell Hester Russelville, Alabama 

Mary Nell Hill, A A II Birmingham, Alabama 

John Hingson Oneonta, Alabama 

Martha Huggins, <P M Birmingham, Alabama 

Katherine Hutchinson, A A II Troy, Alabama 

Robert James, 77 K <P Birmingham, Alabama 

Lettie Lou Johnson Birmingham, Alabama 

Ernestine Jones, A A II Birmingham, Alabama 

J. E. Lee Decatur, Alabama 

Josephine Lenz, <2> M Birmingham, Alabama 

Lonnie Dee Lindsey, II K A Alachua, Florida 

Jean Loyd, A A II Birmingham, Alabama 

Bernard Machin, 77 K Albertville, Alabama 

Hubert Mate Birmingham, Alabama 

Mary McCarty, A A II Dothan, Alabama 

Alex McCutcheon, 77 K f I> Birmingham, Alabama 

Wilma McDonald, A Z Birmingham, Alabama 

Mamie Middleton, A A 77 Homewood, Alabama 

Mary Lou Miller, B — O Irondale, Alabama 



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Emily Mitchell, B — Birmingham, Alabama 

Robert O'Daniel Tallassee, Alabama 

Elma Ogle Birmingham, Alabama 

Ethelyn Orr, A A Birmingham, Alabama 

Shirley Patrick, <P M Fairfield, Alabama 

Geraldine Patterson, <P M Gadsden, Alabama 

Ruth Patterson, A A II Birmingham, Alabama 

Calvin Pettey, 77 K <P Decatur, Alabama 

Aliece Phillips Birmingham, Alabama 

Robert Phillips Birmingham, Alabama 

Eleanor Powell Birmingham, Alabama 

Louise Powell, <P M Birmingham, Alabama 

Joel Rainer, A A T Verbena, Alabama 

Libby Jean Reeves, A A Birmingham, Alabama 

Carol Jeanette Rogers, A A Morris, Alabama 

Mell Scarborough, A A II Albertville, Alabama 

L. C. Sims, SN Thorsby, Alabama 

Hugh Frank Smith Munford, Alabama 

Louise Smith, A A Birmingham, Alabama 

Virginia Speer Decatur, Alabama 

Margaret Staunton, <I> M Birmingham, Alabama 

Nelle Stewart, A A Birmingham, Alabama 

Ed Strickland Albertville, Alabama 

Mary Virginia Turner, A A Cropwell, Alabama 

Buell Warren. A A T Rogersville, Alabama 

Howard Weaver Decatur, Alabama 

Elizabeth Whatley, B — O Birmingham, Alabama 

Jane Wheeler, (p M Birmingham, Alabama 

Lee White Birmingham, Alabama 

Mary Louise White, <P M Birmingham, Alabama 

Naufleet Williamson Birmingham, Alabama 

Mary Wattie Wilson, <I> M Birmingham, Alabama 

Raymond Wright, K N Guin, Alabama 

Virginia Wright, A A Guin, Alabama 

Mary Yandle, B <P A Birmingham, Alabama 



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Jack Osborne 
Olin Kelso 
Pat Harrison 
Swede Lawson 
Pat Madonia 
Preston Langston 
Chet Spath 
Mike Wells 
Jonah Anderson 
Ray Holmstedt 
Pete Allen 
Hick Ewing 
Roy Kennedy 
Tom Everetts 
Ewing Harbin 
Lamar Williams 
Bob Thompson 
Pete Estes 
Horace Guttery 
Chet Macomber 
Penny Penrod 



Victor Randolph 


Dave Snell 


Stanley Mate 


Dave Kilpatrick 


Roy Fayet 


Dewey Finley 


Russell Garrett 


MUREL SCHRECKENGOST 


E. T. Walrond 


Edward Chojnowski 


Sam Jones 


Charlie Wilcox 


Dan Snell 


Red Batson 


Jim Stuart 


Eddie Wojecki 


Dewitt Dunn 


Bill Heard 


Adrian McKenzie 


Morris Pickens 


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THE SEASON'S 
GAMES^ 



HOWARD, 31; JACKSONVILLE, 

Opening up the season against Jacksonville 
State Normal, the Bulldogs were able to win an 
impressive victory. They defeated the Owls, 31-0, 
using the entire squad in the game. The team 
clicked perfectly, and when the reserves were sent 
in the team was not weakened. 

HOWARD, 0; AUBURN, 19 

Howard played a vicious defensive game 
against the Tigers, losing 19-0. Auburn's first 
touchdown came as the result of a fumble and a 
stiff penalty. The other two scores were a 52-yard 
sprint and a long forward pass. The Bulldogs had 
one scoring chance late in the game; a brilliant 
forward pass to Estes good for 33 yards placed 



the ball on Auburn's eight-yard line, but the 
Auburn defense tightened as the game ended. 

HOWARD, 13; PRESBYTERIAN, 

The Bulldogs beat the Presbyterian Blue Hose- 
men 13-0 with two perfectly timed forward passes 
when they got their chances in the second and 
fourth periods of play. Kennedy, Garrett, 
Everetts and Ewing were responsible for these. 
There was little marching, with each team making 
only three first downs. Harrison was the outstand- 
ing linesman. 

HOWARD, 51; UNION, 
The Bulldogs scored from one to three touch- 
downs in each period. The backneld men were 
running hard and the linemen doing their part. 
The invaders were able to make only one first 
down, this coming in the fourth quarter, while 
Howard scattered her 26 first downs rather freely. 



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HOWARD, 26; SOUTHWESTERN, 7 

Howard ran true to predictions in winning 
easily from Southwestern, and was never in danger 
from the first whistle. Dashing out into the front 
the Bulldogs piled up a commanding lead. It was 
in the final period that the Lynx scored, using a 
cleverly executed passing attack. The Bulldogs 
scored in every quarter, limiting the Lynx to 24 
net yards on running plays from scrimmage. The 
first downs stood 13 for Howard and 8 for 
Southwestern. 

HOWARD, 27; MILLSAPS, 7 

After taking a 19-0 licking from the Majors 
last year, the Bulldogs won an easy victory over 
Millsaps, 27-7. The Millsaps score came as a 
result of a number of short passes. It was demon- 
strated to the coaches in this game that the Bull- 
dogs were out to win a title. The vicious brand 
of football displayed at times by the Majors made 
the game very interesting. The Bulldog line was 
functioning perfectly, making large holes for the 
backfield men to run through. 

HOWARD, 50; SPRING HILL, 

The Bulldogs were held scoreless the first quar- 
ter. Coach McLane sent in a new team and before 



the game ended had 50 points. Different combina- 
tions were used in this game and all functioned as 
a unit. Before this year the series with the Hillians 
had been very close but due to our excellent team 
this year, they were smothered under. 

HOWARD, 21; MISSISSIPPI, 

This game was the crisis of the Howard foot- 
ball season. By winning it the Bulldogs were able 
to claim S. I. A. A. and Dixie Conference titles. 
Ewing Harbin and Everetts led the Bulldog at- 
tack, with the line performing perfectly. Harbin's 
90-yard run for Howard's first score was the most 
spectacular play of the day. The blocking of 
Penrod and Ewing was another outstanding fea- 
ture of the game, making possible the long runs. 

HOWARD, 6; TAMPA, 6 

Facing a powerful and a heavier team in Tampa 
the Bulldogs were tied, 6-6. Tampa being out- 
played put up a good defense, especially during 
the last half. Howard's only touchdown came in 
the second quarter when Everetts ran 35 yards 
behind perfect interference for a counter. 



Varsity 



FOOTBALL 



Sept. 22 — Jacksonville Legion Field 

Sept. 29 — Auburn Legion Field 

Oct. 7 — Presbyterian Clinton, S. C. 

Oct. 13 — Union Legion Field 

Oct. 21 — Southwestern Legion Field 

Oct. 28 — Millsaps Legion Field 

Nov. 11 — Spring Hill Legion Field 

Nov. 18 — Mississippi College Vicksburg, Miss. 

Nov. 30 — Birmingham-Southern Legion Field 

Dec. 9 — Tampa University Tampa, Fla. 



SCHEDULE FOR 1933 



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'Ckal SOUTHERN 

GAME 



Howard, 7; Southern, 7. 

Seldom has there been a more spectac- 
ular game seen than the Howard-Southern 
game. On the first play after Howard got 
the ball, Pete Estes ran 80 yards off tackle 
for a touchdown. The Bulldogs were able 
to get deep into Southern territory twice 
thereafter, but to no avail. Birmingham- 
Southern four times forced its way within 
the Howard 20 yard line, but only once 
did they make good against the Bulldogs' 
great defensive play. Ernest Teel proved 



to be a constant worry to the Bulldogs. 
Everetts and Estes were almost "loose" 
several times but were caught. Most of 
Howard's offensive was centered around 
these two, and both proved to be great ball 
carriers. Both of the Snells did some fine 
punting. Capt. Fayet, at end, and Wells, 
at guard, performed excellently for How- 
ard. 

Although Birmingham - Southern made 
more first downs than did Howard, the 



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yards gained were about even. This un- 
doubtedly was Howard's toughest foe, 
other than Auburn, of the year. 

Two clever plays, one borrowed from 
Oregon and the other from Coach Thomas 
of the University of Alabama, were used 
in this game. Although they were not en- 
tirely successful, they added much interest 
for the spectator. The first was a cork- 
screw, in which Everetts attempted a gain 
through center. The second was a try at 
blocking the opponents' kick for extra 
point. When the ball was snapped, An- 
derson, center, was raised to the shoulders 
of Wells and Spath, guards. This feat 
was beautifully executed, but fate carried 
the ball a little too high. 

The Southern game closed out the con- 



ference football careers of Fayet, Ewing, 
Wells, Garrett, Lawson, Mate, Kennedy 
and Dunn. The loss of these men will be 
a serious one. 

As the result of their consistently fine 
playing throughout the season, "Pooch" 
Fayet, Tom Everetts, and Chet Spath were 
chosen for the Dixie Conference and S. I. 
A. A. teams of the year. 

The battle with the Panthers was the 
last in which Coach McLane saw his beau- 
tifully trained team of '33 perform, and 
was probably the last Howard-Southern 
fray he will ever witness as coach of the 
Bulldogs. The 1933 team was one of trr 
finest ever to represent Howard, and was 
indeed a credit to Coach McLane in the 
final season of his very successful career 
at Howard. 




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COACH McLANE 




€ke COACHING STAFF 



Coach Eddie McLane, in his seven years 
at Howard, has established an enviable 
record as a coach. His teams have always 
been a threat in the S. I. A. A. and in the 
two-year Dixie Conference. He has come 
to be recognized as one of the best college 
coaches in the South. McLane teams have 
made very creditable showings against the 
Southern and Southeastern Conference 
rivals also. He has become known too, for 
his ingenuity in devising plays from the 
Notre Dame system which Howard foot- 
ball teams use. 

Coach Raymond Davis, who this year 
finished his first vear as assistant to Mc- 



Lane, has already established himself as an 
invaluable line coach. Coach "Ray" will be 
remembered as one of the greatest linemen 
ever to play at Howard and he has the rare 
ability to transfer his knowledge to his 
men. Athletes, and coaches as well, have 
great respect for his ability as a player and 
a coach. 

Coach Billy Bancroft, probably the 
greatest Howard back of all time, coaches 
freshman athletics. He has coached the 
first year men in great fashion and much of 
the success of the varsity teams has been 
due to the thorough basic training they 
have received from this fine coach. 



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VARSITY 
SQUAD 



Front row: Wilbanks, Everetts, Madonia, Guttery, 
J. Thompson, N. Garrett, Estes, Cap. Fayet, 
Penrod, Allen, B. Thompson, L. Davis, Phillips. 

Second row: Russell Molpus, Clickas, Ewing, 
P. Davis, McKenzie, Dunn, Mate, Kennedy, 
Harbin, Alt.-Cap. Wells, Glenn, Langston, 
Burger, Lawson. 

Third row: Roland Molpus, Osborne, Spath, 
Holmstedt, Dan Snell, Stuart, Macomber, 
Dave Snell, Johnson, Anderson, Slaughter, 
Kelso, R. Garrett, Pat Harrison, Wojecki, 
trainer. 




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Tie SENIOR 
PLAYERS 



Pete Estes, Halfback 

Pete will always be remembered at Howard. His run against 
Southern was not a flash but a sample of his usual brilliance. 

Swede Lawson, Guard 

Swede, in his four years on the squad, showed great versatility. 
He is a powerfully built man, and will be greatly missed next 
year. 

Roy Kennedy, Quarterback 

Kennedy's playing has been of the unforgettable sort since 1931, 
when he made his beautiful pass to "Bottle" Clark in the Du- 
quesne game. 

Stanley Mate, Fullback 

After two years at guard, Mate was changed to fullback, where 
he was a smooth, powerful player his last year. 

Roy Fayet, End 

"Pooch" made a mighty fine captain in a great year, and then 
made the All-S. I. A. A. and the All-D. C. picks. 

Hick Ewing, Quarterback 

As a fullback in his first two varsity years, and as a quarterback 
this year, Hick played a heady, powerful game. 

Joe Mike Wells, Guard 

Mike has played four years of consistently good football at 
guard. As Alternate-Captain this year he even surpassed his fine 
performance in previous play. 

Russell Garrett, End 

The fourth of the Garretts from Albertville played four years 
of fine football at end. "Russ" and "Pooch" made a keen start- 
ing combination at the flanks. 

Dewitt Dunn, Tackle 

After several shifts earlier in his football career, Dunn found 
himself and had a good year at tackle. 



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Cke FRESHMAN 
FO OTBALL TEAM 



W. R. Batson 
Morris Borland 
I. D. Britt 
Herbert Browne 
Jarrell Blrdette 
Henry Lee Burgett 
James Caton 
Edward Chojnowski 
Judson Colley 



Norman Cooper 
Ed Eubanks 
Dewey Fin ley 
William Heard 
Glenn Hearn 
Jack Lloyd 
Bernard Machin 
Hubert Mate 
Fritz Shultz 



Edmond Strickland 
Forrest Trice 
Wilson Waits 
Buell Warren 
Charles Wilcox 
Raymond Wright 
Rex Wright 
Percy Yeargen 



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OF THE 



REVIEW 
SEASON 



After starting a slow season, losing to 
Western Kentucky, Murray Teachers, and 
Union, the Howard Bulldogs reached their 
peak during the Howard-Southern series, 
at the close of the season. The Bulldogs 
managed to eke out two victories by a lone 
point margin, only to lose out in the fifth 
and deciding game. The squad was led by 
Captain Stuart, the only junior on the 
team, Kilpatrick, Spath, Schreck, Heard 
and Finley, all sophomores, made letters. 

The Freshman Squad moved through 
the 1934 season in hurricane fashion to 
sweep aside all opponents, including the 



varsity, with the exception of Susan Moore 
High School, who defeated them in an 
overtime game. The team this year, led by 
Captain Chojnowski, was without a doubt 
the greatest first year team ever to repre- 
sent Howard on the hardwood. 

At the close of the season, in a heated 
battle, the freshmen defeated the varsity, 
36 to 23. As the result of splendid play- 
ing, Captain Chojnowski, Norman Cooper, 
Wilson Waits, Morris Pickens, Percy 
Yeargen, W. R. Batson and Preston 
Puckett were chosen freshmen lettermen. 



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Ofomen's ATHLETIC 

ASSOCIATION 

Officers 

Ethel Howle President 

Erin Wallace Vice-President 

Mildred Brook Secretary 

Majel Mangun Treasurer 

Virginia Speer Jane Pratt 

Madrene Rothermel Dorothy Wilhite 

Naufleet Williamson Martha Jule Blackshear 




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WOMEN'S 



In the Fall of 1930 the Women's Ath- 
letic Association was founded at Howard 
College. Its purpose is fourfold: to pro- 
mote the health and recreation of the 
women of the college; to encourage leader- 
ship, service, and scholarship; to cooperate 
with other campus organizations; to further 
the highest type of college spirit. 




THLETICS 



The organization has more than justified 
its existence. It has done a great deal to 
make of women's athletics an important, 
living part of the co-ed's campus life. 
More than thirty girls have the honor of 
claiming membership in this group. 



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GENTLER SEX 
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If 'Variety is the spice of life," then the life of a W. A. A. girl should be as 
spicy as the air which fills a baker's shop, for nothing could be more varied than the 
assortment of sports she has to choose from. 

A W. A. A. girl may "major" in baseball, basketball, or hockey, or she may 
prefer to "minor" in ping pong, shuffleboard, badminton, or archery. Walking, when 
done by W. A. A. lassies, becomes "hiking," for they scorn a stroll of less than three 
miles. 

When Howard lassies relax, they do it in a straightforward and sensible way. 
They learn to "play ball," they "hit the bull's eye," and they wouldn't think of 
walking a chalk line when they could run. 

Every W. A. A. girl must practice, even though she be perfect, for practice 
makes for conscientiousness, and conscientiousness, in this case is indeed rewarded, 
for at the end of every season, the participants in each sport are rewarded with a 
party which is staged in the whole-hearted W. A. A. way. 



The members of W. A. A. are: 



Grace Adams, Mary Ellen Adkins, 
Evelyn Atchison, Ann Berry, Mada 
Berry, Martha Jule Blackshear, Mil- 
dred Brook, Gretchen Brown, Julia 
Brown, Glendolyn Cole, Dorothy 
Cason, Catherine Covington, Jeselyn 
Davis, Louise Detamore, Rachel Dorf- 
man, Virginia Eagles, Arsella Foster, 
Mary Graves, Ruth Graves, Ruby 
Hagood, Frances Hankins, Margaret 
Harris, Claudia Huston, Ethel Howle, 



Stella Jones, Katherine Livingston, 
Helen Malone, Grace Mangun, Majel 
Mangun, Dorothy McKinney, Gwen- 
dolyn Melton, Barbara Moose, Faye 
New, Hazel Pawson, Louise Powell, 
Jane Pratt, Madrene Rothermel, Vir- 
ginia Speer, Mary Lena Taylor, Erin 
Wallace, Juliet Weeks, Dorothy Wil- 
hite, Mildred Wilkinson, Naufleet 
Williamson, Mary Wattie Wilson, El- 
lostein Wright, Lula Wright. 



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STUDENT BODY 

Officers 

Lamar Kennedy President, First Term 

Fred Phillips President, Second Term 

John Barnes Vice-President 

Isabella Davies Secretary 

Mildred Wilkinson Treasurer 



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ORGANIZAT 



O N S 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

Lamar Kennedy President Student Council 

Senior Representatives 
Hazel Johnson Marjorie Mauney 

Paul E. Gwin E. T. Walrond 

Junior Representatives 



Copeland Graves 



Evelyn Johnson 7 



Robert Allen 



Sophomore Representatives 
Ann Berry Henry Parker 

Freshman Representative - 
Mary Louise White 



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HYPATIA 

Senior Honor Society for Women 
Colors: White and Gold Flower: Yellow Rose 

Members 

Mildred Brook President 

Margaret Padgett Vice-President 

Mada Berry Secretary-Treasurer 

Marjorie Mauney . Historian 

Dorothy McKinney Chaplain 

Elizabeth Kronenberc Monitor 

Hazel Johnson Majel Mangun 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Y. W. C. A. 

Mada Berry President 

Bess McComas Vice-President 

Mildred Wilkinsox Secretary 

Marjory Mauney Treasurer 

Freshman Commission Director 
Evelyn Calhoun Johnson 

Cabinet Members 

Mary Ellen Adkins Mildred Brook Ellen Mae Ferry 

Mary Algee Isabella Davie? Varina Shelton Smith 

Grace Anderson Virginia Eagles Virginia Speer 

Evelyn Ansley Catherine Ham Louise Tippen 

Eleanor Arekdale Hazel Johnson Katherine Upshaw 

Ann Berry Dinnie Mae Mackey Juliette Weeks 

Doris Bridges Evelyn Manker Ellostein Wright 

Ebba Lou Moon 

Sue Neal 

President Freshman Commission 
Eloise Denton 



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B. S. U. 
CHURCH COLLEGE 

The Baptist Student Union is the connecting link between the campus and the Church. It is the 

body of Baptist students at work in the unit organizations, under the 

leadership of the Baptist Student Union Council. 

Executive Council 

Dr. J. C. Stivender Pastor 

Estha Mae Irwin Baptist Student Secretary 

Dr. James H. Chapman Faculty Advisor 

Dr. John Xan Faculty Advisor 

John Johnson President 

Parks Redwine First Vice-President 

Henry Parker Second Vice-President 

Allan Hyatt Third Vice-President 

Mrs. J. Paul O'Neal Secretary 

Clara McEachern Treasurer 

Robert Marsh Reporter 

Fred Pennington . Publicity Chairman 

Mrs. J. D. Tollerson Pianist 

Newell Mathews Chorister 

Representatives 

Sue Neal Sunday School Henry Parker 

Mark Lower B. Y. P. U Oland Wilson 

Paul Davis Baptist Student Magazine 

Gussie Heifner Y. IV. A. 

Robert Lankford Mission Band 

Marvin Gardner Ministerial Association 

Mada Berry Y. IV. C. A. 

Tom Forrester ■ Y. M. C. A. 

Hazel Johnson Women's Student Government 

Lamar Kennedy Student Body 



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MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 

Officers 

Marvin Gardner President 

J. D. Tollerson Vice-President 

Judson Jones Secretary 

Clarence Clinckscales Treasurer 

Newell Mathews Chorister 

Mrs. J. D. Tollerson Pianist 

Oley Kidd Pulpit Supply Chairman 

Members 

P. M. Acker Oscar Davis Nolan Kennedy J. R. Robinson 

Claudis Adams Howard Durden Ralph Kennedy J. L. Robison 

M. B. Archibald C. H. Eiland O. C. Kidd Daisy Rowe 

Julius Avery Marvin Gardner Robert Lankford William Rutledge 

Hoyt Ayers R- L. Garmon Mark Lower Ray Schneider 

R. K. Bamburg Charles Granade Robert Marsh Carl Seepe 

John Barnes Lawrence Greer Newell Mathews Clifton Sims 

Dolphus Barnett R. Hammock R. E. Merrill Nathan Sims 

Adolph Bedsole O'Dell Hester William Milne Henry Sisson 

A. W. Boswell A. B. Higdon G. T. Mosley J. A. Smallwood 
W. L. Borum J. H. Hingson Woodrow Owen Malcolm Stuart 
Howard Bryant Maurice Hodgins Henry A. Parker G. G. Threadgill 

B. B. Burkes Cliff Huling E. N. Patterson George Tidwell 
J. W. Caldwell John Isom Fred Pennington J. D. Tollerson 
G. H. Carroll Russell Jensen C. B. Phillips Luther Usry 
Clarence Clinckscales John Johnson John Rasco Cecil Ward 
Thomas Clinckscales Kelly Johnson Parks Redwine E. E. Wells 
Gastor Daniel Judson Jones French Rhodes 



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Officers 

Allen Cook President 

Alex McCutcheon Vice-President 

Virginia Cobb Secretary and Treasurer 

Members 

Robert Allen Darnell Sinyard 

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Jack Bell Frank Slaughter 

George Brannon Claude Smith 

Hubert Mate Ed Spencer 

Fred Phillips Anderson Wallace 

Jack Robertson Arthur Weeks 

Maria Woods 



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DELTA KAPPA 

Honorary Debating Fraternity 

Claude Smith • President 

Ann Berry Vice-President 

Evelyn Ansley Secretry 

Otho Bruce Treasurer 

John Miglionico Debate Manaejer 

Members 

Mada Berry Mark Lower 

Virginia Cobb Alex McCutcheon 

Allen Cook Henry Parker 

Eloise Denton Varina Shelton Smith 

Ernest Dunlap Ed Spencer 

Tom Forrester Katherine Upshaw 
Morrison Wood 



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Officers 

Claude Smith President 

Mary Anderson Vice-President 

Glendolyn Cole Secretary-Treasurer 



Evelyn Ansley' 
Mary Anderson 
Mary Algee 
Mada Berry 
Doris Bridges 
Otho Bruce 
Martha Burns 
Glendolyn Cole 
Thomas Clinckscales 
Tom Douglas 
Virginia Eagles 



Members 

Mildred Godwin 
Margaret Godwin 
Arnold Goldner 
Martha Huggins 
Robert Hall 
Robert Lankford 
Robert Marsh 
Majel Mangun 
Helen Malone 
Edward Mason 
Marjorie Mauney 
Campbell Napier 
Davie Napier 
Henry Parker 



Dixie Patten 
Jack Robertson 
Carol Sisson 
Claude Smith 
Hugh Frank Smith 
Varina Shelton Smith 
Virginia Speer 
Evelyn Sudduth 
Francis Wheeler, Jr. 
Lee McBride White, Jr. 
Amasa B. Windham 



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CHI DELTA PHI 

National Honorary Literary Sorority 

MU CHAPTER 

Established in 1924 

Officers 

Elizabeth Kronenberg President 

Mary Kay Brown Vice-President 

Dorothy McKinney Secretary 

Eva Hargrave Treasurer 

Ellostein Wright Reporter 

Members 

Margaret Hogan Elizabeth McNeil 

Thomasa Mangun Louise Tippen 

Bess McComas Annie Ruth Wynn 



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CHI ALPHA SIGMA 

Honorary Chemical Fraternity 
Established in 192Q 

Officers 

Leonte Save President 

Eastone Melof Vice-President 

Raymond Bell Secretary-Treasurer 

Mitchell Dumbrow Reporter 

Members 

Carl Bordencia Ed Hagood 

Carl Calvert Walter Harper 

Bill DeLoach Clara McEachern 

Mildred Rhodes 

Homer Strickland 

Paul Tarrant 



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Business Manager 



THE ENTRE NOUS 

Bess McComas Editor 

Claude Smith Business Manager 

Stanley Mate Assistant Editor 

Amasa Windham Feature Editor 

Class Editors 

Edna Stewart Walter Harper J. B. King 

Henry Smith Wilma Collins Elizabeth Gourley 

Clara McEachern Hugh Frank Smith 

Athletics 
Roy Fayet Ethel Howle Victor Randolph 

Ait Editors 

Isabel Wilson Jack Bell 

Activities 
Parks Redwine Hazel Johnson Virginia Eagles 

Eunice Long John Miglionico Martha Huggins 

Fraternities 
Alvin Outland Mildred Wilkinson 



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CRIMSON 

Barnett Wiggins Editor "Crimson' 

Mayo Manasco • • Business Manager "Crimson" 

The purpose of the Howard Crimson is to publish news regarding 
Howard College; to further the best interests of the students and of 
the institution by keeping alumni and friends in touch with Howard life. 

Jack Bell Editor "Bull Pup' 

Ollie Cobb Business Manager "Bull Pup" 

The Bull Pup, or "Rat Bible," is a handbook presented to Howard 
students each fall. 



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BETA PI THETA 

National Honorary French Fraternity, Founded in Birmingham, 1924. 

THETA NU CHAPTER 

Established in 1926 
Colors: Royal Purple, Gold and White Flower: Fleur-de-Lis 

Officers 

Mildred Brook President 

Elizabeth Kronenberg Vice-President 

Mada Berry Secretary 

Dixie Patten Treasurer 

Irving Weinstein • Sentinel 

Marjorie Mauney Parliamentarian 

Members 

Evelyn Ansley Glendolyn Cole John Newfield 

Lucile Band Margaret Godwin Dixie Patten 

Mada Berry Mildred Godwin Varina Shelton Smith 

Mildred Brook Lawrence Greer Evelyn Sudduth 

Martha Burns Mabel Hudson Dan Watkins 

Lorie Chamblee Hazel Hurtt Irving Weinstein 

Elizabeth Kronenberg 

Marjorie Mauney 



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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 

Founded IQ2$ 

The Girls' Glee Club was organized to promote an interest in music among the women 

of Howard College and to secure for Howard a place in the musical 

circles of American colleges. 

Bertha Severin-Frost, Director 

Officers 

Edna Stewart • President 

Eunice Long Vice-President 

Ann Berry Secretary-Treasurer 



Ruth Allred 
Eleanor Arendale 
Mrs. J. H. Avery 
Ann Berry 
Mada Berry 
Sara Allred Bryant 
Kathleen Cooner 
Mildred Franks 
Ruth Graves 
Gussie Heifner 



Members 

Imogene Jones 
Elizabeth Kronenberg 
Katherine Livingston 
Eunice Long 
Elsie Jean Marlowe 
Ebba Lou Moon 
Sue Neal 
Aliece Phillips 
Jane Pratt 
Julia Reeves 



Libby Jean Reeves 
Edna Stewart 
Nelle Stewart 
Catherine Stovall 
Juliet Weeks 
Mildred Wilkinson 
Naufleet Williamson 
Maria Woods 
Virginia Wright 
Mary Yandle 



BOYS' GLEE CLUB 

Founded 193J 

The Boys' Glee Club was organized to encourage vocal talent among the men of 
Howard and to complete a well-rounded group of musical activities. 

Dr. Francis M. Wheeler, Sr., Director 

Officers 

Georce Ray President 

Hoyt Ayers Vice-President 

Thomas Clinkscales Secretary-Treasurer 

Melvin Hyatt Business Manager 

Members 

Millard Archibald Malcolm Hornbuckle J. W. Potter, Jr. 

Hoyt Ayers Lorimer Hendricks John Rasco 

Grady Ballard Melvin Hyatt French Rhodes 

Carl Bordencia J. B. King T. N. Stallworth 

Howard Burton Robert Lankford Henry Williams 

Thomas Clinkscales Lawrence McNeil Amasa Windham 

Archie Freeman Bradford Wood 



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MEN'S PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 

This council composed of two representatives from each fraternity controls and directs 

the policy of each fraternity in its relations with the 

campus and the administration. 

Officers 

E. T. Walrond President 

John Milford Secretary-Treasurer 

Members 

Marvin Bishop 77 K A Roy Fayet 

John Milford Z N Robert Hall 

Paul Freeman 2 <I> E Phillip McCurdy 

Paul E. Gwin 77 K f P .... Copeland Graves 

Olin Kelso A A T Paul Davis 

Mayo Manasco © K N Roland Molpus 



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'Better to be a 'has-been' than a 'might-have-been'." — Spanish proverb. 



"We are arrant knaves all." — Hamlet. 



"Birds of a feather, flock together." — Burton. 



"Politics make strange bedfellows." — Jefferson. 



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PI • KAPPA • ALPHA 



Joseph E. Embry 
Wilson D. Blackwelder 
William H. McCarv 
Daniel L. Blackwelder 
Leon F. Harris 
Robert E. Duke 

A. Lewis Dawson 
Rocer W. Allen 
James A. Moore 
Arthur Duke 
Collis Cunningham 
Hugh G. Grant 
Charles H. Miller 
Robert M. James 
Clarence K. Andrews 
Walter C. Boykin 

B. Foster Acton 
Lovick P. McLane 
Arthur H. Bridges 
O. Wilson Harris 
Herman E. Dean 
Olin B. Newman 
Charles W. Williams 
Emmett D. Bates 
Homer A. Casey 

O. Thurston Alford 
Julian S. Boress 
W. H. Head 
Daniel A. Gaylord 
R. Walden Webb 



Fratrks in Urbe 

Georce E. Manley 
William A. Logan 
Clarence W. Allgood 
William L. Lenderman 
Jackson L. Gregory 
H. E. Watlington, Jr. 
C. Hamilton Stephens 
Norman C. Suddith 

R. A. NUNNELLEY, Jr. 

William J. Gough 
Charles K. Wier 
Eugene R. Dawson 
Russell H. Tinklepaugh 
Richard A. Clayton 
Fred C. Freeman 
Andrew H. Knight 
F. Everette Williams 
A. Clifton Stephenson 
Guy Lewis Burns 
Harold S. Tinklepaugh 
Walter O. Ford 
Phillip H. Alford 
Paul W. Alston 
Charles E. Petty 
George B. Shelburne 
Paul W. Scokel 
Carlton P. Ketcham 
William B. Inman, Jr. 
Clyde B. Maxwell 
J. C. McGhee 
Roland Smith 
J. Newton Bass 
J. George Bass, Jr. 
James T. Hearn 
Charles D. Wood 
Henry H. Jones 
Edward F. Nunnelley 



Raymond G. Knight 
T. Eugene Wheeler 
Procter H. Barnett 
William F. Aycock, Jr. 
William H. Grimmer 
J. John Finklea, Jr. 
J. Arthur Dumas, Jr. 
J. Harold Freeman 
Louie F. McCroskey 
Chester O. Griffith 
Murray S. Cawthorne 
Mitchell H. Burns 
Jesse E. Chandler, Jr. 
H. Martin Nunnelley 
James C. Tolson 
J. Alfred Turnipseed 
Charles L. Arledce 
Lucian R. Algee 
M. Luther Lancaster 
George D. Cury 
W. D. Manasco, Jr. 
F. Welborn Hardie 
Alfonso S. Barger 
T. Hendon Blaylock 
Paul C. O'dell 
W. Jacob Freeman 
J. Wood Bradford 
Robert D. Connor 
John A. Coker, Jr. 
Marvin D. Bishop, Jr. 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Founded at University of Virginia, 1868 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 

Established ign 
Colors: Garnet and Old Gold Flower: Lily of the Valley 

Publication: "Shield and Diamond" 

Frater in Facultate 
Lovick P. McLane 



Fratres in Collegio 
Class of 1934 



Roy Fayet . . 
Alvan Outland 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
Barnett Wiggins . 



Tom Smith . . . 
E. T. Walrond . 
■ . Headland, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Tom Forrester , 
Walter Harper 



Class of 1935 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Frank Hicks . 
Jack Meacham 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1936 



Marvin Bishop .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Tom Garner Birmingham, Ala. 

Richard Gwaltney . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Bill Heard Birmingham, Ala. 

W. J. Isaacs Birmingham, Ala. 

Jim Thompson . . 



Earl Mackey . . 
James Nunnelley 
A. M. Reid . . 
Frank Slaughter 
Bob Thompson . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1937 



McLane Borland Pinckard, Ala. 

Harold Carter Selma, Ala. 

Ed Eubanks Decatur, Ala. 

Earl Griffin Birmingham, Ala. 



Winfred Grissom 
Lonnie Lindsey . 
Jack Lloyd . 
Jack Turner . . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
. Gainesville, Fla. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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'Snakes, with few exceptions, are harmless." — Manual of Zoology. 



"We'll teach you to drink deep, ere you depart." — Hamlet. 



"He that falls in love with himself will have no rival." — Franklin. 



"Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we may die." — Old proverb. 



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Fratres in Urbe 



R. Nelson Abercrombie 
William A. Abercrombie 
William R. Abercrombie 
Bennett R. Adams 
James W. Aird 
John B. Aird 
James A. Allen 
Vassar L. Allen 
John W. Altman 
Neal L. Andrews 
Robert E. Ansley 
Martin M. Baldwin 
Clarence B. Ballard 
William H. Bancroft 
John Y. Bass 
Joseph N. Benson 
Hazard J. Bentley 
Oscar L. Bentley, Jr. 
Upshaw C. Bentley 
William C. Bentley 
Robert C. Berry 
Thomas E. Bondurant 
Harry B. Bradley 
Leon C. Btadley 
Asher S. Bragan 
George D. Brooks 
Thurston D. Brown 
William L. Brown 
William N. Burchfiel 
Borden H. Burr 
William H. Burr 
John M. Cahalan 
Ehney A. Camp 
David O. Carlisle 
Robert R. Carlisle 
Edgeworth S. Casey- 
Oscar S. Causey 
James B. Cawthon 
Charles T. Clayton 
Fred H. Colley 
Joseph T. Collins 
Armstrong Cory 
Earnest B. Cosper 
Jesse Counts 
Clarence D. Cox 
Roy R. Cox 
Merret S. Craft 
Edgar A. Crandall 
Charles M. Curtis 
Edgar W. Daly 
Arthur S. Daniels, Jr. 
Bunyan Davie, Jr. 



Clarence Denicke 
Samuel M. Dillard 
Charles S. Doster 
James T. Doster, Jr. 
John H. Dinning 
Thomas L. Douglas 
Frank M. Downs 
Benjamin J. Dryer 
James Dunlap 
Milton R. Durrett 
Manning B. Eagles 
Ike B. Feagin 
Burr Ferguson 
Hill Ferguson 
Henry V. Fitz 
Orman Forman 
Arthur B. Foster 
Charles H. Franklin 
John H. Frye 
Walter B. Gaines 
Lucine D. Gardner 
Hugh P. Gourley 
Milliard L. Gourley 
Thurlow C. Guinn 
George P. Hamilton 
Drea M. Haynes 
Joseph D. Heacock, Jr. 
Robert M. Henderson 
William H. Hicks 
Robert C. Hill 
William T. Hix 
John M. Hodo 
John F. Hogan 
Marshall D. Hogan 
Marion E. Hogan 
Solon L. Hood 
George W. Hopson, Jr. 
Tom E. Huey 
James Jarrell, Jr. 
John S. Jemison 
Leonard Jemison 
Robert B. Jones 
William M. Jones 
Thomas J. Judge 
Jack Justice 
Samuel B. Kelly 
William M. Kelly 
John L. Kidd 
Steven B. Kinard 
Robert P. Kincaid 
Robert L. King 
Kyle J. Kinkead 



William C. Knopf 
George W. Lanier 
John M. Law 
Joyce P. Levvy 
William H. Lewis 
William H. Lollar 
Evans D. Long 
Hubert D. Long 
Jess O. Long 
A. P. Longshore, Jr. 
James R. Longshore 
Raup J. Longshore 
Morris Loveman 
Thomas J. Luckie 
Henry D. Lyman 
Dwight H. Mangum 
Floyd V. Martin 
William E. Matthews 
Ralph M. Marx- 
George M. Mason 
Luther W. Matthews 
Daniel W. McCall 
Willard A. McCall 
William L. McCarty 
Emmett N. McConnell 
Charles M. McCrum 
Carter T. McDonald 
George I. McDonald 
James C. McGehee 
Lee McGriff 
Robert G. McLester 
Raymond L. McPhaul 
James A. Merrell 
Laurens W. Milner 
John D. Monroe 
Fred G. Moore 
George D. Morris 
John C. Morrow 
Daniel F. H. Murphey 
Nathan C. Napier 
William M. Neal 
Walter M. Noel 
Edward R. Norman 
Jefferson D. Norman- 
Augustus G. Overton 
James E. Parker 
Jake L. Pater 
Jesse H. Perdue 
Herbert A. Pettus 
Walter E. Phillips 
Jack B. Porterfield 
William L. Pratt 



John F. Presley 
Robert J. Prowell 
Charles D. Riddle 
William G. Riddle 
Hugh W. Roberts 
Memory L. Robinson 
Edward P. Rosamond 
Walter B. Rountree 
Edmund W. Rucker, Jr. 
Charles B. Ryan, Jr. 
Yancy L. Senn 
Rudolf C. Sharpe 
George L. Simcox 
Edgar V. Smith 
James Q. Smith 
Maclin F. Smith 
Ormond Somerville, Jr. 
Ovid B. Sparks, Jr. 
Arthur Stansel, Jr. 
John M. Starke, Jr. 
John F. Steiner 
Frank H. Stephenson 
Douglass W. Stockham 
Richard J. Stockham 
Otto C. Stoelker 
Signor S. Strong 
Robert N. Stubbs, Jr. 
William H. Stubbs 
Solon B. Sudduth, Jr. 
Charles P. Thomas 
Joseph S. Thomason 
George L. Thompson 
Hugh B. Thomson 
Samuel B. Tillman 
Arthur P. Turner 
Perry W. Turner 
William Waldrop 
William J. Waldrop 
Charles R. Walston 
George C. Walter 
George C. Walter, Jr. 
Edward E. Wheeler 
John R. White 
Maurice S. Whiteside 
Lawrence S. Whitten 
Elliott T. Williams 
Monroe L. Wilson 
Amasa B. Windham 
Douglas P. Wingo 
James H. Wise 
Norman C. Wood 
William T. Wood 



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SIGMA. NU. FRATERNITY 

Founded at V. M. I., 1869 



Colors: Gold, Black and White 



IOTA CHAPTER 

Established 1 870 



Publication: "The Delta' 



Flower: White Rose 



Fratres in Facultate 
Oscar S. Causey William H. Bancroft 

Josiah D. Bancroft 



Fratres in Collegio 
Class of 1934. 



Tom Douglas . . 
Winston V. Legge 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. . . Athens, Ala. 
Amasa B. Windham 



Edward Mason . 
Campbell Napier 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Columbus Grove, O. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of IQ35 



J. Melvin Bentley 
Robert Hall . . 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



John J. Mii.ford, Jr. 
George Ray . . . . 



Huntsville, Ala. 
. Columbus, Ga. 



Class of 1936 



Otho B. Bruce . 
David Curry . . 
Tom Floyd . . . 
Frank Harrison . 
Campbell Kidd . 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
■ Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



J. B. King . . . 

L. C. Sims . . . 
Jack Robertson . 
Morrison G. Wood 
Joe Wurtele . . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Ensley, Ala. 



JUDSON D. COLLEY 



Class of IQ37 

Troy, Ala. John D. Harrell . 

. Birmingham, Ala. 



Anderson Wallace 



Thomaston, Ala. 



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"Dandies, when first rate, are generally very agreeable men." — Bulwer. 



"An empty purse and a new house make a man wise, but too late." — Portuguese proverb. 



"Men with little business are great talkers." — French maxim. 



"To be a politician you need only to study your own interests." — O'Rell. 



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Dewey Acker 
Allison Ament 
Burdett Bates 
Pete Brice 
Lent S. Brewster 
J. Chandler Burton 
Cecil A. Carlisle 
Frank Chambers 
Dr. M. T. Davidson 
G. Ira Dunsmore 
J. Francis Fletcher 
William S. Fuller 
William Hellier 
V. Hain Huey 
Steadham Acker 
Warren Arrasmith 
W. A. Berry 
Festus Bridges 
Lucien G. Brown 
Edward E. Beason 
Dr. Charles J. Colquett 
Dr. Edward L. Cumbee 
R. J. Dendy 
Adam Dreher 
George C. Freeman 
Curtis B. Hasty- 
Thomas E. Huey 
Carl Harrison 



Fratres in Urbe 

Otil Lawson 
J. Carlton Lee 
Robert Montgomery 
Fred L. McDonald 
Aubrey S. Miree, Jr. 
W. P. McWilliams 
W. R. Nettles 
C. S. O'Dell, Jr. 
Harry W. Prater 
Perkins J. Prewett 
Dr. Leighton C. Parnell 
Louie Reese, Jr. 
Al C. Reeves 
W. O. Stephen, Jr. 
Dr. L. B. Strong, Jr. 
Robert Shelton 
F. Clayton Albert 
Howard D. Leake 
Marion Lee 
Frank McKissac 
Erskin McNaron 
Wimberly Miree 
Elwood Mackey 
Charles R. Newsom 
Robert K. Perkins 
Hoyt Prater 
Julian Pinkston 
Dr. W. E. Prescott, Jr. 
Earl T. Rogers 
Albert Lee Smith 
John Sibley 
Fred Streit, Jr. 
W. M. Smith, Jr. 



Jesse Stallings 
R. Grey Tate 
Joe Vaughn 
Dr. Sam Wainwright 
Raymond L. Ware 
Charles Thompson 
Hugh Fite 
Ralph Hawkins 
Elmer V. Levie 
William D. McLaren 
Dr. J. Hurley Knight 
E. M. Strickland 
Emmett Jackson 
Hill D. Smith 
Robert Lee Tate 
J. V. Thomas 
C. P. Underwood 
J. Mayfield Ward 
Ray Schultz, Jr. 
Ed Mundine 
Edgar Almgren 
Mell F. Jackson, Jr. 
Theodore K. Mauldin 
Edward H. Vice 
Stephen C. Brown 
Carl Park 
Harold Stephens 
Horace Mann 
Dr. T. V. Neal 



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PI-KAPPA-PHI 



Founded at College of Charleston, 1904 



Colors: Gold anil White 



ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 

Established 1925 
Publication: "Star and Lamp" 



Flower: Red Rose 



Fratres in Facultate 
Thomas V. Neal W. E. Prescott, Jr. 

Fratres in Collegio 

Class of 1934 

James B. GwiN ..... Bessemer, Ala. Lee Hall Swaim, Ala. 

Paul E. Gwin" Sumitcn, Ala. Sam W. Jones Pine Apple, Ala. 

Joe Hall Swaim, Ala. HENRI Smith .... Alexander City, Ala. 

Class of 1935 

Robert Allen Birmingham, Ala. James Edwards Mobile, Ala. 

Howell Bennett ..... Dothan, Ala. Copeland Graves . . . Blountsville, Ala. 

Paul H. Cox ....... Clanton, Ala. Everett Ingram ..... Ashland, Ala. 



Henry Allen Parker . . 



Class of 1936 
. Mobile, Ala. Calvin Pettey 



Decatur, Ala. 



Class of 1937 



Paul Allen Birmingham, Ala. 

Fay Askew Dothan, Ala. 

Lupton Baines .... Blountsville, Ala. 
Jack Bell ........ Dothan, Ala. 

I. D. Britt Tallassee, Ala. 

Henry Lee Burcett . . Guntersville, Ala. 
Ollie Cobb ........ Jaspsr, Ala. 



Glenn Hearn ..... Albertville, Ala. 

Robert James Birmingham, Ala. 

J. E. Lee Decatur, Ala. 

Zeb Vance Lucas Ashland, Ala. 

Bernard Machin .... Albertville, Ala. 
Alex McCutcheon . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Mallory Ramsey ..... Ashland, Ala. 



Levert Williams Decatur, Ala. 



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ETA. KAPPA. N U 

Founded: 1924 



ALABAMA ALPHA CHAPTER 

Established 1924. 

Colors: Silver, Black and Crimson Flower: White Rose 

Publication: "Theta Kappa Nu News" 

Fratres in Facultate 
Paul Barnett Ray Davis 

Fratres in Collegio 
Class of 1934 

Hickman Ewing .... Memphis, Tenn. Herbert Lykes . . . • Birmingham, Ala. 

Jeremiah Fenn .... Birmingham, Ala. Mayo Manasco ..... Townley, Ala. 

Lamar Kennedy Brundige, Ala. Victor M. Randolph . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1935 
Horace Guttery' . . . Carbon Hill, Ala. 



Class of 1936 

Pete Allen Birmingham, Ala. Herman Ingram .... Sylacauga, Ala. 

Truman Bass Birmingham, Ala. Harold Jones Birmingham, Ala. 

Leo Brazil Northport, Ala. Roland Molpus Mobile, Ala. 

John R. Fenn Birmingham, Ala. R. M. Molpus Mobile, Ala. 

Ewing Harbin .... Birmingham, Ala. Freddy Morris .... Brownsville, Tenn. 
Roy Myrick Coffeeville, Ala. 

Class of 1937 

Charles Bell Townley, Ala. Leslie Fuqua ..... Birmingham, Ala. 

Raymond Christian . . North Port, Ala. Robert Killincsworth . Birmingham, Ala. 

Billy Fennell .... Tarrant City, Ala. Morris Pickens Sheffield, Ala. 

Charles Wilcox Mobile, Ala. 




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'You gotta be a football hero to be in love with a beautiful girl." — Song. 

"Might is right." — Hindenburg. 

'We easily forget crimes that are known only to ourselves." — Rochefauld. 

"The face is the index of the mind." — Latin proverb. 



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ALPHA . LAMBDA • TAU 



Founded: 1916 



ETA CHAPTER 

Established 1926 

Colors: Gold and Black Flower: American Beauty Rose 

Publication: "The Alpha Lambda Tau Rose Leaf" 



Dewitt Dunn 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1934 
. Tallassee, Ala. Pete Estes 



Cullman, Ala. 



Olin Kelso . . . 
Chester Macomber 



Class of 1935 

. Birmingham, Ala. E. N. Patterson . 
. North Platte, Neb. Preston Langston 
James Turner Cropwell, Ala. 



Birmingahm, Ala. 
, • Bessemer, Ala. 



Class of 1936 

Giles Baker Birmingham, Ala. Paul Davis Cherokee, Ala. 

Tracy Burger Gadsden, Ala. Woodrow Hearn .... Grossville, Ala. 

James Cantrell .... Birmingham, Ala. Arthur Inman Townley, Ala. 

Harrv Johnston .... Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1937 

Herbert Browne . . . Tarrant City, Ala. Louis Seale . . . 

Robert O'Daniei Tallassee, Ala. James Taylor . . 

Bueil Warren Rogersville, Ala. 



. Bessemer, Ala. 
Columbiana, Ala. 



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"Who does nothing with a better grace?" — Edw. Young. 

"Puellis nuper idoneus — fitted for girls; ladies men." — Horace. 

"Since we cannot get what we like, let us like what we can get." — Franklin. 

"All is to be feared where all is lost." — Byron. 



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He wore his college frat pin 
Just southward of his heart, 

And vowed that from that resting place 
That pin should ne'er depart. 

The passing years still found him 
E'er firm, and standing pat, 

Wearing his college frat pin, 
In honor of his frat. 

One day two eyes confused him, 
His high resolve took, chase, 

A soft voice coaxed the {rat pin 
From its abiding place. 

Now they're in a bungalow 
With welcome on the mat; 

The frat pin? — fastens baby clothes, 
In honor of his frat. 



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WOMEN'S PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 

Composed of two representatives from each sorority, the council controls and directs 

all the sororities, especially with reference to rushing season, and also guides the policy 

of the sororities in their relations with the administration. 

Officers 

Clara McEachern President 

Evelyn C. Johnson . Vice-President 

Katherine Upshaw Secretary 

Virginia Cobb Treasurer 

Members 

Sue Neal A A n . June Sharples 

Elizabeth Bpown <p M Doris Bridges 

Evelyn C. Johnson BIO Ellen Mae Perry 

Majel Mangun A Z Ethel Howle 

Mildred Wilkinson B <1> A Katherine Upshaw 

Virginia Cobb A A 9 Hazel Johnson 




"Those who are high are usually dizzy." — Rogers. 



"Terrible, strange, sublime and beauteous shapes." — Prometheus Unbound. 



"This world belongs to the energetic." — Emerson. 



'Always occupied with the duties of others, never, alas! with their own." — Rochejauld. 



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Z E T A 



Mildred H. Able 
Sammie H. Bancroft 
Eva P. Braxscomb 
Bertha Barrett 
Mildred Basenburg 
Margaret Beyer 
Ora D. Bohannon 
Mary Frank Chappell 
Mary N. Caroll 
Hazel Cumbee 
Katherine Davis 
Sara H. Davis 



SORORES IN URBE 

Victoria Davis 
Mary Nell Dovel 
Maxine Dupuy 
Stuart Dupuy 
Sallie J. Eagles 
Leona Feltus 
Frances Ferrell 
Nellie Grace Freeman 
Frances Osborne Fuller 
Frances B. Gourley 
Frances M. Green 
Susie Gulledge 



Margaret Hanlin 
Josephine Hargrove 
Mary' E. McPherson 
Margaret Hassler 
Annabelle Hendon 
Nell H. Howard 
Anna J. Howle 
Olivia Jacoway 
Jean Lan Kitchell 
Dot M. Lambert 
Helen Lane 
Aileen G. Lenderman 



Mary Lou Martin 
Bennie S. Mason 
Addilee Mattison 
Louise B. Maxwell 
Annie Garron McCrory 
Mabel T. McCutcheon 
Edith F. McElroy 
Margarite Mattock 
Mildred Maxwell 
Cornelia H. Messen 
Bonnie Moxley 
Jimmie Newman 

Arnice Shelton 
Edna A. Smith 
Mary Silver 

Louise Saunders Stewart 
Elizabeth Stockard 
France N. Stone 
Lyde Thomasson 
Thera M. Towery 
Atholine A. Wakefield 
Mary- K. Waiters 
Sara N. Yanger 



Marie N. Norton 
Wilma B. Nunnelley 
Hazel C. Odom 
Ethylene Oliver 
Billie E. Parsons 
Hazel Pawson 
Dorothy Peterson 
Augusta Piatt 
Nannie Myrtle Price 
Mary C. Randall 
Ivie Pearl Ray 
Elizabeth Sadler 



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DELTA • ZETA 

Founded at Miami University, 1902 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 

Established 1021 
Colors: Old Rose and Vicux Green 

Publication: "Lamp" 



Flower: Killarney Rose 



SORORES IN F.ACULTATE 
Mrs. W. E. Bohannon Annabelle Hendon 

Thera Mae Towery 



Dorothy Cason 
Majel Mangun 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 
Class of 1934 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
Mildred Maxwell 



Octavia Martin . 
Marjorie Mauney 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Glendolyn Cole 
Virginia Eacles . 
Ethel Howle . . 



Class of 1935 

. Birmingham, Ala. Thomas A. Mangun 
. Birmingham, Ala. Hazel Pawson . . 
. Birmingham, Ala. Leonte Saye . . . 
Idell Turner Columbiana, Ala. 



Kansas City, Kan. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Martha Burns . 
Margaret Godwin 
Mildred Godwin . 



Class of 1936 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
Mary Lena Taylor 



Stella Jones . . 
Helen Malone . 
Grace Mangun'. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Bernice Bellsnyder 
Dorothy Cole . 
Rebecca Daily . . 
Sara Ferrell . . . 



Class of 1937 



Birmingham, Ala. 

. . Attalla, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Mary Louise Hurley . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Wilma MacDonald . Hendersonville, N. C 
Zelma McKewen . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
LeMoyne West .... Birmingham, Ala. 



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"Figures, strange and quaint." — Coleridge. 



"Soon hot, soon cold." — Hebrew maxim. 



"Actions speak louder than words." — Franklin. 



"No politics disturb their mind." — Goldsmith. 




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BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

When you come to end of a perfect day, 

And life seems a tranquil dream; 

When you've lived and loved in that blessed way 

That makes happiness seem supreme; 

Do you know what the end of a perfect day 

Can mean to a Beta Sig? 

She's fulfilled her purpose with spirits gay 

And she knows what joy 'tis to serve. 

Well many days have been perfect days 

For some of our sisters dear; 

They have served, they have loved, 

Have found friendship true, 

And each in her task insists 

That the Ruby and Pink be her guiding light 

And the emblem's sign ne'er cease; 

So when life's shadows darken into night 

May each Beta Sig find peace. 

— By Helen McCormick. 



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BETA. SIGMA. OMICRON 



Founded at University of Missouri, i! 



BETA BETA CHAPTER 

Established iqjj 



Colors: Rubv and Red 



Flower: Killarney Rose 



Publication: "The Urn' 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 



Class of 1 g 3 5 



Elizabeth Bobo . 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
Evelyn C. Johnson 



Isabella Davies . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Gwendolyn Melton 



Class of IQ36 

. Birmingham, Ala. Ellen Mae Perry 

Lula Wright ...... Bessemer, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Lucille Black 
Ruth Hanks . 



Class of igj7 

. Birmingham, Ala. Mary Lou Miller ■ 

. Birmingham, Ala. Emily Mitchell . 

Elizabeth Whatley . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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"Blessed are the pure in heart." — The Bible. 



'Virtue is a jewel of great price." — Latin proverb. 



"He who has lived in obscurity has lived well." — Ovid. 



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oAlpha 'Delta Theta 
Dream (jirl 

There are girls in all fraternities, 
Girls whose hearts are beautiful and true. 
Wait until you see this girl of mine, 
And there will be only one girl for you. 

My Alpha Delta Theta dream girl 
You re just a vision, sweet to me. 
When all the world's asleep in shadows, 
In a mystic land of dreams I see 
The fairest girl in all the millions, 
Just an inspiration true, 
A loyal friend and sister 
And an Alpha Delta Theta, too. 



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ALPHA • DELTA • THETA 



Founded at Transylvania College, 1 9 1 9 



PI CHAPTER 

Established 192Q 
Colors: Turquoise, Silver and Scarlet. 

Publication: "The Portals" 



Flower: Sweet Pea 



Soror IX Facultate 
French Havnes 



Mada Berrv . 
Mary Kay Brown 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1934 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
Edna Stewart . 



Hazel Johnson . 
Dorothy Parker . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Meridian, Miss. 



Virginia Cobb . . 
Ebba Lou Moon . 



Class of 1935 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Barbara Moose . 
Mildred Rhodes . 



. . Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1936 
Greta Burroughs . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Rosemary Crook . 
Eloise Denton . 
Hazel Matthews 
Ethelyn Orr . . 



Class of 1937 



Birmingham, Ala. 
. Talladega, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Libby Jean Reeves . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Nelle Stewart .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Virginia Turner . Pell City, Ala. 

Virginia Wright .... . Guin, Ala. 



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ALPHA* DELTA* PI 



Founded at Wesleyan College, 1851 



Colors: Blue and White 



KAPPA CHAPTER 

Established 1019 
Publication: "Adelphian" 



Flower: Violet 



Class of 1 93 4 

Mary Alcee Birmingham, Ala. Sue Neal . . 

Mary Anderson' .... Thomasville, Ala. June Sharples 

Evelyn Manker El Paso, Texas Erin Wallace 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Martha Brasfield 



Class of 1935 

Dora, Ala. Hardee Martin 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1936 



Gladys Alldredce . . . Brooksville, Ala. 

Edith Cowan Birmingham, Ala. 

Velma Neal ...... Birmingham, Ala. 

Lavinia Young . 



Madrene Rothermel 
Marjorie Smith . . 
Elizabeth Weakley 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala, 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1937 



Grace Anderson . . . 

Molly Anderton . . 
Martha Jo Bass . 
MAki- Elizabeth Estes 

Grace Fuller . . . 

Juliette Fuller . . . 

Elizabeth Gourley . 

Catherine Ham . . . 

Margaret Harris . . 



. Thomasville, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Perryville, Ala. 

• . Perryville, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 

. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Mary Nell Hearn . 
Mary Nell Hill . . 
Katherine Hutchison 
Ernest'ne Jones . . . 

Jean Eoyd 

Mary McCarty . . . 
Mamie Middleton . . 
Ruth Patterson . . . 
Mei.l Scarbrouch . . 



. Albertville, 
Birmingham, 
. . . Troy, 
Birmingham, 
Birmingham, 
. . Dothan, 
Birmingham, 
Birmingham, 
. Albertville, 



Ala. 

Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 



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"They toil not, neither do they spin." — The Bible. 

"Those move easiest who have learned to dance." — Pope. 

"It is wonderful how near conceit is to insanity." — Jerrold. 

"A coquette is a young lady of more beauty than sense." — Longfellow. 



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PHI. MU. SORORITY 



Founded at Wesleyan College, 1852 



ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER 



Colors: Rose and White 



Established 192+ 



Publication: "The Aglaia" 



Flower: Enchantress Carnation 



SoRORES IX FACULTATE 
Annie Boyett Mabel Willoughby 

SORORES IX COLLEGIO 

Class of 1934 
Elizabeth Brown . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1935 



Evelyn Ansley . 
Doris Bridges . . 
Evelyn Grimmer . 
Bess McComas . 
Clara McEachern 
Martha Miles . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
. Louisville, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Eloise Montgomery 
Marjorie Roper . . 
Evelyn Sudduth . . 
Elizabeth Tiller . 
Dorothy Walker . 
Reba Wear . . . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
• . Coushatta, La. 



Wilma Collins . . 
Marjorie Derby . '< . 
Katie Lou Hammett 



Class of 1936 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 
Geraldine Patterson 



Margaret Hogan . 
Martha Huggins . 
Elizabeth McNeil 
. . Gadsden, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1937 



Martha Jule Blackshear . Headland, Ala. 
Josephine Lenz .... Birmingham, Ala. 
Louise Powell .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Wattie Wilson 



Margaret Stanton . 
Jane Wheeler . 
Mary Louise White 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



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'Beauty and folly are often companions." — Italian proverb. 
"Run not from one extreme to the other." — Franklin. 
"Even beauty cannot palliate eccentricity." — Balzac. 
"All is not gold that glitters." — Aisop. 



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BETA. PHI. ALPHA 



Founded at University of California, 1909 



Colors: Green and Gold 



SIGMA CHAPTER 

Established IQ28 



Publication: "Aldebaran' 



Flower: Yellow Tea Rose 



Mildred Clark . 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of JCJJ4 

. Birmingham, Ala. Ruby Hagood . . 

Katherine Upshaw . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of i(j35 
Ruth Graves Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of KJ36 
Mildred Wilkinson . . Birmingham, Ala. Carolyn Willis 



. . Birmingham, Ala. 



Graduate Students 

Lillian Cunningham . . Birmingham, Ala. Dinnie Mae Mackey . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Annie Ruth Wynn . . Birmingham, Ala. 



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"They always talk who never think." — Prior. 

"They agree like cats and dogs." — Socrates. 

"Beauty is as beauty does." — French proverb. 

'Let no day pass without its line." — German proverb. 



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Virginia: "You know I never knock other sororities." 




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NUMBER 



SECRET SEX ORGANIZED AT HOWARD 



THE COMIC-TATER 



By Crawfish Saunders 
The question of Spring holidays 
is one that will intrigue the most 
careless student. The writer is in 
favor of Spring holidays. It is his 
opinion that they should extend 
from Feb. i to June i, with two 
weeks off for good behavior. Just 
think of all the extra trouble it 
would save the professors who have 
papers to grade. 

Howard College will for- 
ever be indebted to those art- 
ists ivho have taken such an 
interest in us and donated pic- 
tures. For instance, take that 
picture in the hall of the 
Main Building called "St. 
George Slaying The Goat." 
Yes, take it — and don't bring 
it back! 

The writer is of the opinion that 
the dogs down at the Science Hall 
are of a better quality than in 
previous years. Just any Spring 
day, one may wander by the Sci- 
ence Hall and encounter a pack of 
assorted dogs that are in a class by 
themselves. Whereas, in past 
years, there was a predominance of 
poodles and pugs, this year finds 
the collection composed of mon- 
grels and hounds. 

The writer finds, after try- 
ing all the rest of the places, 
that the best place to loaf on 
the campus is any one of the 
new sorority houses. But, of 
course, it's against the rules. 
As a parting word, we hope 
everybody mentioned in this final 
issue of the Crimson "can take it." 
If not, the line forms to th? right. 



Degrees Are To Be 

Awarded at Commencement 



According to the Dean, the fol- 
lowing degrees will be awarded at 
commencement : 

Master of Parliamentary Laiv 
— Lamar Kennedy. 

Bachelor of Sarcasm — Bess Mc- 
Ccmas. 

Master of Females — J. B. 
Gwin. 

Fiitt D. — Quick Henry. 

/. O. U. — All professors. 

Bachelor Emeritus — Prof. Lohr. 

Master of Ceremonies — Amasa 
Windham. 

Doctor of Finance — Claude 
Smith. 



HONEYBRITCHES CLUB 
RECENTLY ORGANIZED 

NINETEEN CHARTER MEMBERS 



A new organization that is fast 
becoming notorious on the campus 
is the Honeybritches Club, recent- 
ly disapproved by the Dean. Char- 
ter members are Francis Wheeler 
and Martha Huggins, Henry 
Smith and Jo Lenz, Swede Law- 
son and Gretchen Brown, Eddie 
Wojecki and Isabella Davies, Ev- 
erett Ingram and Katie Lou Ham- 
mett, Mike Wells and Madrene 
Rothermel, Barnett Wiggins and 
Elizabeth Brown, Harlan Ogle 
and Mildred Brook, Paul Free- 
man and Mada Berry, Beth 
Weaklev and herself. 



Tom Everetts and La- 
mar Williams To Head 
New Organization 



CHEATING BANNED EXCEPT 
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 



The editor of this final edition 
of the Crimson is glad to give his 
approval, but nothing else, to a 
new organization just formed on 
the Howard campus. The group 
calls themselves The Secret Sex. 
The students call them — well, 
never mind. 

Anyway, the purpose of the or- 
ganization is to eliminate cheating 
in the classes of cooking and art. 
Miss Holloway reports that cheat- 
ing is rampant in her classes. Stu- 
dents snitch a piece of cake every 
time they get the opportunity, said 
the fair instructress. 

The first student caught cheat- 
ing will be reported to the faculty 
and if the faculty don't do some- 
thing about it, they are big sissies 
— so there! 

Classes where no cheating oc- 
curs, such as Dr. L. O. Dawson's, 
will not be investigated, but classes 
such as Dr. Mason's, where the 
student is forced to get answers to 
questions by thinking, will be thor- 
oughly looked into. 



THE HOWARD CRIMSON 



(31j? Unwarft (ttrtmaon 

Published just once (once too often) by a few students who had 
nothing eke to do. 

The purpose of The Howard Crimson is to publish news about 
people that they wouldn't publish about themselves; to further the best 
interests of the editors by disregarding the interests of students, alumni, 
and friends. 

Acceptance for mailing is doubtful. 

Subscription Rate Priceless Edition 

Professor Whoozis Chief Anannias 



AN EDITORIAL 



The Russian Situation At 
A Glance 

What is France going to do 
about the price of Bermuda on- 
ions? Nothing! Who the Hell 
said France was? Think, you stu- 
dents of ancient languages, what 
such a move means to the campus. 
Editor Wiggins has pointed out 
clearly in his new book "Alice In 
Wonderland," what the effect of 
this move will mean. Men like 
Sinclair Lewis, Stan Laurel, Ol- 
iver Hardy and Henry Ford have 
proven definitely that Siam does 
not care a hang about onions — nor 
anything else. The entire matter 
should be referred to the Secret 
Six, we think — yes, we do think, 
too — and they should either dis- 
pose of the matter or dispose of it. 



18 YEARS AGO 

(As recorded in the files of The 
Howard Crimson.) 



Dr. W. M. Thomas celebrated 
his 85th birthday today. 



Book Lovers' Club To Meet 



Miss Annie Ruth Wynn will 
discuss "The Sins of Elmer Gan- 
try" and her neighbors. Miss 
Mabel Hudson will review "I'm 
A Lonesome Little Flower" and 
Miss Eva Hargrave will sing 
"Aren't We All?" Dorothy Mc- 
Kinney will read "Her Private 
Love Letters." Everybody will 
listen with interest. Miss Annie 
Bcyett, faculty advisor, will ad- 
vise. 



Dr. Jas. A. Hendricks has just 
rounded out forty years of service 
in the Econcmics Department. 



The Theta Kappa Nus have 
been declared winners in the 
church-going contest. 



Dr. L. O. Dawson has intro- 
duced a new system of conduct in 
class, which he borrowed from the 
Barrett School primary depart- 
ment. 



Dr. Henry M. Martin was seen 
purchasing a new green suit and a 
brown hat today. 



Amasa Windham and Barnett Item: No Garretts from Al- 

Wiggins entered school today as bertville have entered school this 
freshmen. year. 



S-P-O-R-T-S 



Howard Football Team 

Takes Off Honors 



The Howard College football 
team took off all honors the past 
season including the S. I. A. A. 
championship, the Dixie Confer- 
ence championship, the city champ- 
ionship, seven suits of clothes, 81 
towels, 3 bed spreads and 1 4 sets 
of silver. 



FOOTBALL ROSTER 



Name Position Weight 

"Old" Homestead .Center . . . .3.2 
"Miss" Mate . . Full .... 31c 
"Artesian" Wells . Guard ... 6 7-8 
"Ice" Burger . . Tackle . 99 44-ioc 
"Me 'N" Ewing . Quarter . . .7-11 
"In" Dunn . . . Tackle . . . .000 

"Inna" Garrett . End 13 

"Give 'Em" Fitzpatrick, Nuisance, 1 ton 



Howard Wrestling Team To 
Meet Southern Tomorrow 



A series of bouts has been ar- 
ranged between the Howard mat- 
men and Birmingham - Southern, 
according to Eddie Wojecki, man- 
ager. Wrestling in the light- 
weight class, Mary "Tarzan" 
Graves will take on all comers. 
Ray "Jack the Ripper" Holmstead 
will also participate in this class. 
Middleweight wrestlers are Erin 
"Big Boy" Wallace, J. B. "Lon 
Chaney" King and Mark "Strang- 
ler" Lower. In the heavyweight 
division, Estha Mae "Russian 
Lion" Irwin will take on all mat- 
men above the 300-pound mark. 



THE HOWARD CRIMSON 



..SOCIETY.. 



Mr. Sevarin-Frost and Mrs. 
Sevarin-Frost have returned from 
Baden-Baden and are stopping at 
the Barbizon - Plaza through 
Wednesday-Wednesday. 



Miss Majel Mangun went for 
a tramp the other day, but the 
tramp died. 



The Howard Masquers will 
present their latest production, 
"The Covered Wagon, ' next Fri- 
day night. Mr. Jack Robertson 
will play the rear axle. 



Messrs. Clarence Clinkscales, 
Dolphus Barnett and Melvin Hy- 
att have recently been experiment- 
ing with coiffures. It is said they 
have unanimously agreed upon the 
Southern bob. 



Mrs. Berry will present her 
daughter, Mada, to society next 
Tuesday night. Society will re- 
taliate at the first opportunity. 



Mr. Howell Bennett attended a 
drinking party last week. Both 
parties hnve now sobered up. 



Miss Martha Huggins used to 
take her dog for a walk every day, 
but has now learned to distinguish 
between them quite clearly. 



The Pi Kappa Phi hotel has an- 
nounced reduced rates and no 
doubt will attract a Hock of tour- 
ists next year. 



Sigma Nus Have 

Party for Themselves 

The Sigma Nus entertained 
themselves last Tuesday evening 
back of the Science Hall. Little 
Campbell Kidd, borrowed from 
Crumpton's Kindergarten for the 
occasion, served punch. Gags and 
burps were enjoyed. Thomas 
Michael Floyd III, son of Thomas 
Michael Floyd II, grandson of 
Thomas Michael Floyd I, brought 
a date. She was unmarried. The 
party was a success. Joe "Ears" 
Wurtele and Tom Douglas were 
not present. Miss Lillian Cun- 
ningham acted as chaperone. No 
alumni were present, Robert Ans- 
ley not being counted. 



STUCK INN 

Hamburgers — Beer — High-Brow Eats 
Hot Dogs Pool Supplies 

BULL BAINES, '96, Manager 



the 


DAVENPORT 

cigarette that's WILDER .... 
the cigarette that tastes BITTER 



ADS 

EVERYBODY should go over and 
dance at llu new Picnic Night Club. 
(The Editor gets passes.) 

EMPTY bottles, all sizes and makes, 
for sale. Apply Sigma Nu House. 

HOTSE FOR S^LE— If you won't buy 
it, how much can we give it to you 
for? Pi Kappa Phis. 

WANTED— Some good men. Ths 
supply of little brothers is short and 
we will be glad to interview most 
anybody. Apply Pi Kappa Alpha 
House. 

WANTED — More roomers and less 
rumr.rs. See the Sigma Phi Epsilons. 

WANTED — A girl. Not particular as 
to size, shape or color. Must have 
a strong neck. Apply to Ed Mason. 

EOST — All our power. If found, re- 
turn to the A. D. Pi's and receive 
reward. 

WILL EXCHANGE— One gcod mous- 
tache for some brains. See Giles A. 
Baker, immediately. 

BE AN accomplished "smoccher." Free 
lessons in "smooching" to first fifty 
applicants. Call or apply to A. D. 
Pis, A. D. Thetas, B. S. O's, Beta 
Phi Alph's, Delta Zeta's or Phi 
Mu's. 



SPITZ 

Friday 

and 

Saturday 

Lotta Garbage 

IN 

"Her Weak 

Moment 



IN APPRECIATION 



We, the 1934 Entre Nous Staff, 
wish to take this opportunity to 
thank the business men of Birming- 
ham for the financial aid and co- 
operation which they gave to us, 
making this annual possible 



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approved list of the Association of American Universities and the 
American Association of University Women. Its academic credits 
are accepted fully by the universities and professional schools of 
this and other countries. 

Howard College is alive with the hardy vigor of ninety-two years 
of increasing usefulness and prestige. It is a friendly school. It 
offers advantages, educational, cultural, and recreational, such as 
only a large city affords. 

Two recent graduates of Howard College are now in Oxford 
University, holders of Rhodes Scholarships won in competitive 
selections in successive years, 1930, 1931. 



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Recreational advantages 

Summer trips 

A profession worthy of your best efforts 

It challenges your creative ability 

It developes your personality, poise, and confidence 

Solves your financial problems 

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Mrs. Eleanor Suddeth, a graduate of Howard, whose photo appears on 
this page, chose the Secretarial Course, and is now with the Jasper Abstract 
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Once upon a time there was a leg- 
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Today, money has no monopoly on 
style. At Loveman's the person who 
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DO YOU KNOW— 

That Howard's enrollment has not fallen 
off even in these bad years? 

That the Senior Class for years has been 
larger than the entire student body in 1900? 

That Howard has outstanding missionaries 
in China, South Africa, Palestine, Japan, and 
other foreign fields? 

That an alumnus is in the diplomatic serv- 
ice in Paris, France? 

That a Howard alumnus is now president 
of Howard? 

That a Howard alumnus is head of the 
Department of Spanish in Ohio State Uni- 
versity? 

That a Howard alumnus is former Federal 
District Attorney in New York City? 

That a former Chief Justice of the Supreme 
Court of Alabama was a Howard graduate? 

That a Howard graduate and former pro- 
fessor is a professor in the University of 
North Carolina? 

That five Howard professors are authors 
of text-books, and that nearly all the profes- 
sors have published scholarly articles? 

That Howard has an outstanding though 
new Department of Dietetics? 

That Howard has a trained specialist as 
Director of Physical Education for Women? 

That Howard has probably the best de- 
partments of Chemistry, Biology, and Phy- 
sics in the South? 

That a Howard professor is organist in the 
largest Baptist church in Birmingham, and is 
a musician of international celebrity as a 
composer? 

That the Dean of the College of Phar- 
macy, University of Tennessee, is a Howard 
graduate and that he is the author of widely 
used text-books? 

That Dr. William Thomas, Professor of 
Greek and Latin, was the Fourth of July 
orator in Athens, Greece, a couple of sum- 
mers ago? 

That Howard is a leader in the technical 
academic teaching of religious education? 

That two Howard graduates were chosen 
in consecutive years for Rhodes Scholarships? 

That Howard graduates have taught and 
are teaching in some thirty leading colleges 
and universities of this country, including 
Harvard, North Carolina, Virginia, Alabama, 
Louisiana, Texas, and Cincinnati? 



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